Forecasted Vessels

South Hook:

We expect three vessels to arrive at the terminal in the next few weeks:
  • Al Hamla, ETA 7-November (AIS). The vessel is currently anchored off of Malta.
  • Al Mafyar, ETA 18-November. She was swapped with Aamira, who was initially expected to arrive with the same ETA.
  • Rasheeda, ETA 28-November. She is now on her way to load at Ras Laffan, ETA 8-November.

Zeebrugge:

The terminal is still expecting only one discharge operation in the following weeks on board Bw Gdf Suez Paris, ETA 3-November. The vessel is about to arrive at the port.

 

Grain:

There are no vessels expected at the terminal in the next few weeks.

Centrica’s Stena Crystal Sky reloaded a cargo on 25-October, and is currently making her laden voyage toward Pyeong Taek, ETA 1-December. The vessel took the route via the Cape of Good Hope.

 

Gate:

Kpler data indicates that there are no vessels expected at the port for the moment.

 

Fos Cavaou:

Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Brussels re-exported a cargo on 28-October, and is currently headed toward Joetsu, ETA 3-December.

There is a short maintenance planned for 3-November.

 

Sines:

Trafigura’s Energy Atlantic is expected at the plant for a reload operation on 4-November.

 

Rovigo:

There is only one vessel scheduled to discharge at the terminal:

Adriatic LNG issued a tender for a partial cargo delivery to Rovigo in December. The tender is open until 14-November.

Another local player, OLT Toscana, issued a similar tender for a partial cargo delivery to Toscana, with the same delivery dates.

 

Hadera:

BP’s British Merchant delivered her Atlantic LNG-sourced cargo on 29-October.

 

To Keep on Your Radar

Al Kharaitiyat loaded at Ras Laffan on 20-October, and is now crossing the Mediterranean Sea with no clear destination.

Cheniere’s Oak Spirit loaded at Ras Laffan on 19-October, and is expected to discharge at Ain Sokhna, ETA 11-November. Currently the vessel has been floating at the Fujairah anchorage since 21-October.

Ejnan loaded at Ras Laffan on 28-October, and is now crossing the Arabian Sea. Kpler analysts expect the vessel to discharge in Europe.

Al Bahiya lifted a cargo at Ras Laffan on 2-November, and is signalling for the Suez Canal, ETA 11-November. Her potential discharge destinations are in Europe.

Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly

This week we observed a smaller number of cargoes lifted at Ras Laffan. The majority of vessels are headed toward Far East and India.

 

European Stocks and Send-outs

At South Hook, the send-out level decreased back to 55.90 GWh/d where it remained for the last three days.