Kpler LNG (Grace Cosmos Re-export from Montoir)

Originally Released on 29 June 2017

Market Updates

The NWS project experienced a partial outage on 24-June. Following the incident, this week we observed vessels loaded on 25-June (Asia Endeavour) and 27-June (Fuji LNG).

The Sakhalin plant is undergoing turnaround shutdown activities from mid-June to mid-July.

Cheniere will deliver the first US LNG cargo to Klaipeda, Lithuania from Sabine Pass in the second half of August.

Petronas’ Seri Camellia loaded at PFLNG1 on 14-June and discharged a cargo at Yung An on 28-June.

Cheniere’s Arctic Aurora delivered her cargo from Sabine Pass to Toscana on 26-June. This is a delivery for DufEnergy against their won OLT Toscana tender.

Interesting Moves

Diversion Alert: Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Brussels was floating at Fujairah for twenty days and started to make her voyage toward MAAGP on 27-June with ETA 29-June. On 29-June at 08:29 the vessel made a sharp u-turn and is now potentially headed away from the terminal at 13.6 Kn:

   

Currently, two vessels are headed from Sabine Pass to Altamira. Gas Natural’s Ribera Del Duero Knutsen loaded on 25-June and is expected by the Port Authorities to arrive on 29-June. Shell’s Maran Gas Hector loaded on 27-June and is expected to discharge on 30-June.

Adgas’  Al Khaznah is delivering a tender cargo for Gunvor from Das Island to Kawasaki, ETA 10-July.

PetroChina’s Wilforce is now ballasting towards Bethioua to load her cargo, ETA 30-June.

BP’s British Sapphire lifted a cargo at Bethioua on 25-June and is now headed towards the S.Atlantic, ETA 11-July.

Reloads Update

Engie’s Grace Cosmos re-exported a cargo at Montoir on 24-June and is now headed towards the Mediterranean Sea with no clear destination.

Woodside Rees Withers reloaded at Gate on 25-July and will deliver her cargo to Sagunto, ETA 1-July. Initially, BP’s British Innovator was expected to deliver LNG for this slot.

Newbuild Trafigura’s Hoegh Giant reloaded at Kochi on 25-June and is now headed towards the Singapore area with no clear destination.

Petrobras’ Excalibur reloaded a cargo at Pecem on 23-June and is now making her laden voyage toward Gibraltar. The vessel is signalling for N.Atlantic, ETA 7-July.

Floating Storage Update

This week we observed different types of floating cargoes on water:

Petrobras’s Esshu Maru loaded at Ras Laffan on 4-June and is currently floating in the S. Atlantic at 8.9 Kn while waiting for orders.

Engie’s Provalys is now completely stopped and is anchored offshore of Greece. The vessel loaded at Idku on 18-June.

Polar Spirit loaded a partial cargo during the STS operation with Seri Bakti on 15-June and is currently waiting to discharge at Jovo, ETA 29-June.

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