Forecasted Vessels

South Hook:

There are currently two vessels expected at the terminal. Mozah was removed from the line-up, and the vessel is currently anchored at the Ras Laffan anchorage.
Al Mafyar, ETA 6-January. She loaded at Ras Laffan on 18-December, and is now headed toward the terminal
Al Ghariya, ETA 22-January. The vessel is now on her way to Ras Laffan.



Trafigura’s Golar Bear reloaded on 7-December, and is currently crossing the Red Sea with no clear destination.

There are no vessels expected to arrive at the terminal.


There are two vessels expected to arrive: Clean Planet lifted a cargo at Ras Laffan on 15-December, and now is headed toward the terminal, ETA 1-January.

Christophe De Margerie is making her ballast voyage toward the plant, ETA 27-January. The vessel may potentially reload her maiden cargo at the terminal.


There are two vessels expected to discharge at the terminal. NLNG’s LNG Enugu is expected to deliver her Bonny-sourced cargo on 27-December.- Also, Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Paris is expected to reload at the plant on 29-December. Initially, Engie’s Provalys was expected to re-export a cargo on the same date, but now the vessel is headed toward Fos Cavaou for the same operation, ETA 26-December.


Al Jassasiya is headed toward the terminal with her Ras Laffan – sourced cargo, ETA 3-January.


There is only one vessel expected at the terminal until the end of December:


Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly
This week we observed a smaller number of cargoes coming from Ras Laffan, with India as the largest recipient.

European Stocks and Send-outs

At South Hook, we observed a stable average send-out level of 76.21 GWh/d this week.