Forecasted Vessels

South Hook:

We expect two vessels to arrive at the terminal in the next few weeks:
  • Al Mafyar, ETA 17-November.
  • Rasheeda, ETA 28-November. She is now waiting at the anchorage at Ras Laffan to load, ETA 10-November. We will send an alert if the vessel is delayed for loading.



The terminal is expecting one discharge operation in the following weeks on board Yenisei River, ETA 15-November. The vessel is now crossing the Arabian Sea.



There are two vessels expected at the terminal in the next few weeks: Al Kharaitiyat, with her Ras Laffan-sourced cargo, ETA 10-November, and LNG Abuja Ii with her Bonny-sourced cargo, ETA 20-November.



Maran Gas Asclepius is expected to deliver her Ras Laffan-sourced cargo to Dunkerque, ETA 22-November. The vessel is now entering the Red Sea.



Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Paris is scheduled for re-export operation on 27-November.

Gas Natural’s Catalunya Spirit lifted a cargo at Ras Laffan on 2-November, and is scheduled to deliver it to Montoir, ETA 20-November.


Fos Cavaou:

The terminal data reveals a Q-Flex slot on 20-November, with AL Bahiya headed toward the Suez. She lifted a cargo at Ras Laffan on 2-November.

Kpler analysts expect Arwa Spirit to reload at the plant on 22-November.



Trafigura’s Energy Atlantic is currently reloading a cargo at the berth, and is expected to deliver it to India.



The terminal expects two loading operations next week:

Shell’s Gaslog Greece is lifting a cargo on 11-November.

Trafigura’s Golar Penguin is scheduled to load a FOB cargo from Engie on 13-November.



There is only one vessel expected by Kpler analysts at the terminal:


To Keep on Your Radar

Al Utouriya loaded a cargo at Ras Laffan on 24-October, and is now floating at Dubai anchorage. The vessel may potentially discharge in Europe.

Al Sadd remains unseen per AIS for 4 days. The vessel has been confirmed to be undocked from the berth, and her destination is currently unknown.


Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly

This week there were no cargoes scheduled for the Middle East. The majority of vessels are headed toward Far East and Europe.


European Stocks and Send-outs

At South Hook, the send-out level increased after Al Hamla discharge don 7-November, and today it reached 145.5 GWh/d.