Kpler LNG (First delivery from Algeria to Kochi)

Originally Released on 24 August 2017

Main Highlights

Sonatrach’s Lalla Fatma N’Soumer loaded at Bethioua on 14-August and is now making her laden voyage towards Kochi, ETA 2-September. This is the first delivery from Algeria to Kochi.

Overall, we observe increased Algerian exports to the Middle East:

 

Gas Natural’s Castillo De Villalba loaded at Atlantic LNG on 18-August and will deliver a tender cargo to Toscana on 29-August.

Shell’s Methane Mickie Harper loaded at Bonny on 16-August and is expected by Kpler analysts to deliver to Altamira, ETA 7-September. CFE scheduled a tender delivery at Altamira on 7-9 September

Shell’s Wilforce lifted a cargo at Bioko on 23-August and is currently delivering it to Jebel Ali, ETA 12-September.

Gorgon is now expecting three vessels to load in the next few days: Shell’s Marib Spirit ETA 27-August, Osaka Gas’ LNG Barka ETA 28-August, and ExxonMobil’s Christophe De Margerie, ETA 1-September. For Christophe De Margerie it will be the second laden voyage.

Shell’s Castillo De Santisteban is expected to discharge her Sabine Pass cargo at Rovigo, Italy on 11-September.

Shell’s Gaslog Geneva loaded at Sabine Pass on 9-August and is now making her laden voyage towards Aqaba, Jordan, ETA 26-August.

Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Brussels loaded at Soyo on 17-August and is currently headed towards Nihonku, ETA 15-September.

Total’s newbuild Sk Audace is delivering her maiden cargo from Ras Laffan to Sines, ETA 20-September.

Engie’s Gaselys loaded a cargo at Idku on 15-August and is currently floating offshore of Athens, Greece with no clear destination.

In August, Barcelona receives four Q-size vessels aboard RasGas’ Umm Al Amad, Qatargas’ Al Kharaitiyat, Qatargas’ Zarga and Al Utouriya. Kpler forecasts the import to hit the record high of 0.53 Mt:

Monthly Barcelona Imports by Origin

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