Originally Released on 9 November 2017
RELOADS OF THE WEEK
Centrica’s Cool Voyager reloaded at Grain on 7-November where she was berthed for 4 days. Now the vessel is headed towards China, ETA 10-December.
Trafigura’s Adam LNG reloaded at Gate on 25-October and is now headed towards MAAGP via the Cape of Good Hope, ETA 30-November.
Trafigura’s Golar Tundra reloaded at Montoir on 26-October and is now crossing the Red Sea with no clear destination.
Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Paris reloaded at Montoir on 4-November and is signalling for the Suez Canal, ETA 16-November.
Shell’s Methane Nile Eagle is now reloading at Fos Cavaou. The vessel is expected to deliver to Ain Sokhna, ETA 11-November.
Diversion: Cheniere’s Kita LNG loaded at Sabine Pass on 20-October and was initially signalling for Rayong MTP, ETA 14-November. The destination has been cancelled which is confirmed by her AIS, and the vessel is currently floating in the Mediterranean Sea.
Chevron’s Asia Venture loaded the first project’s cargo at Wheatstone on 16-October and is now making her laden voyage towards Futtsu, ETA 9-November. Also, two vessels are expected to load at the terminal in the new few days: Pacific Eurus, ETA 10-November, and Grace Barleria, ETA 19-November.
Engie’s Gdf Suez Point Fortin loaded at Snohvit on 27-October and is expected to discharge a small volume at Zeebrugge on 18-November. The vessel then will head towards Hazira to deliver the rest of the cargo, ETA 19-December.
RasGas’ Al Dafna loaded at Ras Laffan on 1-November and is confirmed to deliver her cargo to Dunkerque on 19-November.
Gas Natural’s Pskov loaded at Sabine Pass on 6-November and is now making her laden voyage towards Barcelona, ETA 20-November.
Eni’s Al Marrouna lifted a cargo at Idku and is currently discharging at Dahej.
Botas’ newbuild MOL FSRU Challenger loaded at Ras Laffan on 2-November and is now headed towards Dortyol where she will be set as a FSRU unit, ETA 16-November.
Yamal LNG’s Christophe De Margerie arrived at the Yamal berth on 7-November and is currently waiting to load the first project’s cargo.
Yamal LNG’s Boris Vilkitsky has been delivered and is now signalling for Yamal, ETA 25-November. The vessel is now crossing the Bering Sea:
Another project’s vessel, Yamal LNG’s Fedor Litke has been also delivered and is now expected to stop at Nahodka, Russia before heading towards the terminal.
Fluxys LNG is currently at the last stage of constructing their fifth LNG storage tank of 180,000 m³ at Zeebrugge. It will be used for providing transshipment services to Yamal LNG, with project’s icebreaker tankers delivering the Yamal volumes and conventional vessels making final transit.
The high ice class ARC7 LNG vessels are capable of breaking through thick 2.1m ice to deliver the volumes via the Northern Sea Route during Arctic summer (July to December). Otherwise, LNG will be delivered to the Far East markets via Zeebrugge and subsequently, the Suez Canal: