There are currently three vessels expected at the terminal:
, ETA 21-December. She is now crossing the Arabian Sea with her Ras Laffan cargo.
, ETA 31-December. The vessel is still waiting at Ras Laffan anchorage to load.
, ETA 6-January. She just arrived at Ras Laffan anchorage.
Trafigura’s Golar Bear reloaded 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 the cargo to South Korea, ETA 12-January.
There are no vessels expected to arrive at the terminal.
is currently reloading at the berth, and she is expected to deliver to Japan, ETA 11-January.
reloaded a cargo on 29-November, and is currently making her laden voyage toward Far East with no clear destination, ETA 30-December.
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.
There are still two vessels expected to discharge at the terminal. Gas Natural’s Castillo De Villalba and LNG Lokoja.
Currently, there are two vessels expected to arrive: LNG Abuja Ii
loaded at Bonny on 6-December, and is now headed toward the plant, ETA 15-December. Also, Statoil’s Arctic Princess
lifted a cargo on 7-December, and is signalling for Sines ETA 18-December.
confirmed her destination via AIS signal: the vessel is expected to arrive on 21-December.
There is only one vessel expected at the terminal:
Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly
This week we observed a higher number of cargoes coming from Ras Laffan, with the majority headed toward Far East.
European Stocks and Send-outs
At South Hook, the average send-out level significantly increased from 60.83 GWh/d last week to 238.14 GWh/d this week.