Originally Released on 28 September 2017
NORTHWEST EUROPE SUMMARY
Qatargas’ Onaiza was swapped with Qatargas’ Al Karaana for the delivery from Ras Laffan to South Hook. Al Karaana is now expected to deliver a cargo on 9-October. Meanwhile, Onaiza loaded at Ras Laffan on 28-September and is now headed towards Far East.
Qatargas’ Al Sheehaniya is expected by the Port Authority on 29-September. The terminal has increased send-out levels accordingly since 17-September.
Qatargas’ Mozah confirmed on 27-September her destination via AIS, ETA 2-October.
Qatargas’ Al Ruwais is expected by Kpler Analysts to discharge her cargo, ETA 18-October.
Engie’s GDF Suez Point Fortin remains confirmed by the Port Authority of Dunkerque, ETA 2-October. This will be the second cargo delivered there this month.
Qatargas’ Al Khattiya is expected to deliver her cargo at the terminal 4-October. A reload will take place shortly after, on 6-October. Kpler Analysts expect a confirmation for a dedicated vessel.
Petrobras’ Cool Runner is currently reloading at the berth, with Brazil as her potential destination.
According to Operator nominations, a reload is scheduled to take place on the 27th of October. Meanwhile, the plant is increasing imports during the month of October to a total of 5 cargoes.
Three slots were cancelled during the second half of September. Methane Lydon Volney was initially expected 23-September and was diverted to South Korea instead. A second cargo was expected 29-September onboard NLNG’s LNG Oyo – she is now headed towards Brazil. According to AIS, British Diamond has also been diverted and is now confirmed for Bahia Blanca, ETA 10-October.
Potential Diversion: Qatargas’ Umm Al Amad has indicated Barcelona as her next destination, ETA 28-October. According to her current course and heading, this could be a potential cargo for the APAC region instead.
TO KEEP ON YOUR RADAR
Liftings at Ras Laffan slightly decreased in Week 39. Top 5 destinations for W39 appeared: S.Korea 0.36 Mt, India 0.19 Mt, Pakistan 0.13 Mt, Italy 0.13 Mt, China 0.10 Mt. Currently, there are 5 vessels loading at the plant.
STOCK & SEND-OUT
During the previous week, Zeebrugge and Grain each received one cargo. South Hook average send-out still remains low:
European Stocks and Send-Outs are computed Thursday-Thursday (@ 6:00 AM).
This week, Revithoussa will undergo planned maintenance until 29-September. Sonatrach’s Cheikh El Mokrani is delivering a cargo shortly after on the same date.
During October, Montoir’s berth 1 will become available again. Until now, there has been a 36 hour restriction between each port call.
Toscana will undergo annual maintenance for the entire month of October, with no vessels at berth and 0% send-out.