- Progress loaded via STS with BW Carina on 27-Jul. at Nipah Anch. BW Carina has been fixed by Sunoco for loading in Marcus Hook, ETA 28-Aug.
- Berge Nantong loaded via STS operations at Nipah Anch. on 7-Jul, and 16-Jul.
- Promise loaded via STS at Nipah Anch. on 11-Jul.
- Ming Long loaded also loaded via STS at Nipah Anch. on 15-Jul.
- Sun Aries loaded a Bonny-sourced cargo via STS with Monsoon at Nipah Anch. on 3-Aug.
- Venus Glory loaded a propane cargo in Umm Said on 28-Jul, and has been floating around Singapore since 9-Aug.
- Far East
- Constellation loaded in Enterprise on 24-May and has been sitting outside of Ningbo since 9-Jul.
- Lubara loaded in Bethioua on 27-Jun and was last seen floating just south of Taiwan. Her last AIS position was received on 8-Aug.
- Gas Star loaded in Enterprise on 15-Jun, and finished discharging in Ulsan on 7-Aug. She has since been sitting off the southern coast of Japan.
- Floating Storage Now Moving
- Gas Diana loaded partial cargoes in Sitra and Al Ruwais on 17-Jul, and sat in Singapore from 28-Jul to 8-Aug before currently heading north through the S. China Sea. Her last AIS before stopping in Singapore was signaling for Japan.
Vessels Waiting for Order
- Singapore Strait
- Malacca Strait
- Galle Anchorage
- Hellas Hercules has been drifting just south of Madagascar awaiting further orders since 22-Jul. She had previously signaled a load at Escravos, ETA 31-Jul.
- Jenny N has been sitting outside Houston since 23-Jul.
Ust-Luga Exports by Installation Destination
Monthly Flows: July saw Ust-Luga’s second highest month in terms of exports this year at 141 kt, right after March which was at 149 kt.
Yearly Flows: To date, exports from the terminal are lower than they were at the same time last year: 925 kt in 2015 vs. 896 kt in 2016.
Yearly Flows by Installation: This year, the top 3 destinations so far for Ust-Luga cargoes have been Stenungsund (224 kt), Rafnes (130 kt), and LeHavre (97 kt).
Vessels from Houston to Far East
Cape of Good Hope: 10 vessels loaded in the USGC, and are headed Far East via the Cape.
Panama Canal: 640 kt have passed through from the U.S. to Far East, while 77 kt are currently headed toward the canal.
Cape of Good Hope: Since the expansion, 427 kt of LPG have headed Far East and have gone around the Cape.