Originally Released on 15 June 2017
After floating in the Indian Ocean, Soyo updated her destination to Ain Sokhna, ETA 17-June. The vessel loaded at Soyo on 21-May. Another tender cargo on board Maran Gas Pericles is expected to be delivered to the Middle East.
Exxon’s Beidou Star loaded a tender cargo at Gorgon on 9-June and is currently signalling for SGP area, ETA 22-June.
Sonatrach’s Tessala loaded at Bethioua on 11-June and will deliver to Grain, ETA 18-June.
Petronas’ Seri Camellia lifted a cargo at PFLNG 1 on 14-June and is now floating offshore of Bintulu. Her future destination is not yet clear.
Trafigura’s Golar Ice loaded at Bethioua on 29-May and is expected to discharge in the Middle East. The vessel made a u-turn around the Farur Island and is now headed toward Jebel Ali according to her route.
Qatargas’ Umm Slal loaded at Ras Laffan on 12-June and is now headed toward Kochi, ETA 19-June.
RasGas’ Al Aamriya loaded at Ras Laffan on 10-June and took a route via the Cape of Good Hope to deliver a cargo to Barcelona, ETA 16-July according to her AIS.
Newbuild Shell’s bunkering vessel Cardissa is currently on her way to Gate where she will be operating, ETA 12-July.
Floating Storage Update
Currently, we observe eight floating cargoes on water:
Three vessels are floating at the Chaguaramas anchorage. Gas Natural’s Iberica Knutsen loaded at Atlantic LNG and is now waiting for her discharge at Ponce, ETA 23-June.
BP’s British Trader arrived at Gibraltar with her Atlantic LNG-sourced cargo on 5-June and is floating there since then. Her next destination is not yet clear.
Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Brussels loaded at Idku on 26-May and was signalling for S. Korea, ETA 2-July. Since 7-June the vessel is floating at the Fujairah anchorage.
Shell’s Gaslog Glasgow loaded at Bonny on 12-May and was floating for two weeks offshore of Mauritius. Now the vessel is making her laden voyage toward the Red Sea.
New Mapping for Ain Sokhna
With the repositioning of the second FSRU BW Singapore at the Ain Sokhna port, we made a new mapping and introduced new names for the terminals. From now on, the terminal with Hoegh Gallant will be called Ain Sokhna FSRU 1, and the terminal with BW Singapore – Ain Sokhna FSRU 2.
Both installations are included in the zone called Ain Sokhna, where you can check their aggregated flows. Please note that all the names were updated accordingly in the database.