Originally published 21 December 2017
GasPort LNG received only one cargo since the start-up due to ongoing issues at the terminal. Several vessels diverted from the port in the past month. Shell’s Gaslog Greece loaded at Sabine Pass on 10-November and was expected to discharge on 7-December. Statoil’s Arctic Aurora loaded at Snohvit on 22-November and was initially scheduled for GasPort, but the vessel delivered to Dahej on 14-December. Soyo lifted a cargo at Soyo on 23-November and instead of GasPort, discharged at Dahej on 20-December.
RELOADS OF THE WEEK
PetroChina’s Clean Energy reloaded a cargo at SLNG on 14-December and is currently signalling for China, ETA 23-December.
Engie’s Gaselys loaded a partial cargo at Sabine Pass and delivered to Andres on 13-December. She is now ballasting towards Grain to reload, ETA 28-December.
Engie’s Wilforce reloaded at Montoir on 15-December and is now about to cross the Mediterranean Sea with no clear destination.
Shell’s Methane Princess is expected to reload at Montoir on 22-December.
Uniper’s Pskov is still ballasting outside of Gate and expected to reload soon.
Statoil’s Arctic Voyager loaded at Snohvit on 20-December and is expected to discharge at Gate on 25-December.
Petrobras’s Cool Runner was headed towards Gibraltar with her Atlantic LNG-sourced cargo after floating offshore of Bahia since 19-November. The vessel changed her route on 13-December and is now signalling for the Far East, ETA 10-January.
Gas Natural’s La Mancha Knutsen lifted a cargo at Sabine Pass on 16-December and is now making her laden voyage towards Mejillones, ETA 30-December.
Total’s Sk Audace loaded at Sabine Pass on 13-December and is currently expected to deliver to Izmir, Turkey ETA 30-December.
Shell’s Bilbao Knutsen lifted a cargo at Atlantic LNG on 11-December and will potentially deliver to NWE, ETA 26-December.
Shell’s Methane Kari Elin loaded at Atlantic LNG on 30-December and is expected by Kpler Analysts to discharge in Europe, ETA 30-December.