Kpler EU Gas (Maran Gas Mystras – first delivery from Sabine Pass to Grain)

Originally Released on 6 July 2017


North West Europe: Lineup and Inventories


Spain: Lineup and Inventories


Forecasted Vessels

South Hook:

The terminal is still expecting the following vessels to arrive in the next few days:

Total’s Maran Gas Mystras loaded a cargo at Sabine Pass and is now making her laden voyage toward the terminal, ETA 8-July. This is the first delivery from Sabine Pass to Grain.

Diversion Alert: Trafigura’s Adam LNG was initially headed towards India, but on 29-June she diverted. The vessel updated her AIS to Grain on 30-June, with ETA 14-July:


Engie’s Grace Cosmos re-exported a cargo on 24-June and is now crossing the Red Sea with no clear destination.

Currently, four vessels are expected to discharge at the terminal in the next few weeks:


Statoil’s Arctic Discoverer is expected to deliver her Snohvit-sourced cargo on 6-July according to the Port Authorities.

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

Toscana is now receiving their first Atlantic LNG-sourced cargo aboard Gas Natural’s Castillo de Villalba. This is a delivery for MET against their won OLT Toscana tender.
Petrobras’ Excalibur reloaded at Pecem on 23-June and is now expected to discharge at Sines on 7 July according to the Port Authorities.

To Keep on Your Radar

Qatargas’ Al Kharaitiyat lifted a cargo at Ras Laffan on 24-June and is expected to discharge in the West Europe according to Kpler analysts.

Rasgas’ Milaha Qatar lifted a cargo at Ras Laffan on 4-July and is now headed toward the Suez Canal with no clear destination.

Qatargas’ Al Karaana loaded at Ras Laffan on 5-July and is now crossing the Persian Gulf with no clear destination.


LNG Data Analysis

Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly


This week the majority of the vessels headed toward Far East and Europe.
European Stocks and Send-outs

European Stocks and Send-Outs are computed Thursday-Thursday (@ 6:00 AM).


At South Hook, we observed an increased average send-out level of 122.11 GWh/d this week