Aurora Balder, the 2nd vessel to load at the P66 Freeport terminal, undocked on 24-Nov and is signaling for Panama.

BW Pine is the next vessel to load at Freeport, where she is expected to load a 50:50 split cargo, ETA 24-Nov.

Clipper Star is signaling for Pajaritos, where she has already completed 2 re-exports in a row, ETA 26-Nov.

Petredec’s Pazifik arrived in Pisco, Peru on 22-Nov. The last LGC to load at the terminal was Clipper Moon on 14-Jun.

In Peru, Petredec has also won a tender to deliver 5kt of LPG to Petroperu at the terminal in Talara between 18-23 Nov. Permian Lady, who loaded in Enterprise on 6-Nov, discharged a partial cargo in Omoa, and is now waiting outside the port of Talara.

After completing a voyage from Bioko to Botany, BW Empress kept heading east across the S. Pacific and is expected by the port of Bahia Blanca to load a small butane cargo, ETA 28-Nov.

Silvio completed a voyage in India and was originally heading for Houston, ETA 26-Oct, but instead has been floating outside Salvador, Brazil since 27-Oct.

Indonesia received it’s 2nd LPG shipment from Iran under a contract signed in May. Pertamina Gas 1 loaded in Asaluyeh on 4-Nov and finished offloading the cargo in Kalbut on 22-Nov.

Alexandria, Egypt has historically been importing LPG from the Mediterranean, with a few cargoes from the U.S. and Russia. Vitol’s Adriatic Gas is on her way to the terminal after loading in Braefoot Bay on 19-Nov.

BW Magellan is expected to load her maiden cargo in Kaarsto, ETA 30-Nov. She crossed through the Suez, and is making her way west across the Mediterranean.

Ineos’s facility in Grangemouth has received 3 ethane cargoes from the U.S. since the end of September, with the last being on board SGC JS Greensun on 6-Nov. Since then, JS Ineos Insight arrived at the port with her Marcus Hook ethane cargo on 30-Oct, but instead left to discharge in Rafnes on 22-Nov. JS Ineos Inspiration, who also loaded ethane in Marcus Hook has been waiting outside the port since 16-Nov.


U.S. to Europe Vessels
There are several vessels that loaded in the U.S. and are on their way to Europe, with the majority destined for Terneuzen.


U.S. to Europe Flows
Including ETAs there is a total of 480 kt of LPG from the U.S. landing in Europe in November.
Approx. 31% was imported into the Netherlands, followed by 26% into Spain, and 17% into France.