Weekly Highlights 

Several sources are reporting an ongoing outage at Sabine Pass Train 1. The cause and duration are unclear for now. There was no official confirmation received from Cheniere.

The Gorgon terminal is back online, and is currently operating at full capacity. Southern Cross loaded on 13-December, and is making her laden voyage toward Pudong, ETA 22-December.

The Soyo plant also restarted its facilities with a cargo loading on board Lobito on 10-December; the vessel is currently headed toward SLNG ETA 27-December, though the destination may change.

APLNG is fully operational now, with three vessels expected to lift cargoes in next few days.

Reloads of the Week

Trafigura’s Golar Seal reloaded a cargo at SLNG on 10-December, and is currently headed toward Pacific Asia with no clear destination.

Engie’s Pskov is currently reloading at Fos Cavaou, and she is expected to deliver to Japan, ETA 11-January.

Trafigura’s Golar Bear lifted a re-export cargo at Gate on 7-December, and is currently headed toward Gibraltar with no clear destination.

PetroChina’s Wilpride reloaded a cargo on 12-December, and is expected to deliver it to South Korea, ETA 12-January.

Express reloaded at Zeebrugge on 29-November, and is currently making her laden voyage toward Far East with no clear destination, ETA 30-December.


Interesting Moves 

There are two vessels currently headed towards Everett: Engie’s Gaselys loaded at Atlantic LNG on 28-November, and is expected to deliver it on 15-December. Also, Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Everett lifted a cargo at Atlantic LNG on 11-December, and is currently making her laden voyage, ETA 19-December.

There are several vessels headed toward Far East from Sabine Pass: Cheniere’s Stena Clear Sky loaded on 10-December, and is now headed toward Sakaisenboku, ETA 30-December. Also, Cheniere’s Oak Spirit loaded a cargo on 6-December, and is expected to deliver it to Joetsu Chubu, ETA 18-January. Cheniere’s Maran Gas Alexandria loaded on 5-December, and is currently crossing the Pacific toward Far East with no clear destination.

Eni’s Wilforce loaded a backhaul cargo at Ras Laffan on 29-November, and is delivering it to Sagunto, ETA 18-December.

Shell’s Yenisei River is lifting a cargo at Bioko with no clear next destination.

Engie’s FSRU Neptune reloaded a cargo at the terminal on 30-November, and arrived at Botas on 10-December to operate as a FSRU there.