Forecasted Vessels

South Hook:

There are currently two vessels expected at the terminal:
Al Mafyar, ETA 6-January. She loaded at Ras Laffan on 18-December, and just crossed the Suez Canal.
Al Ghariya, ETA 22-January. The vessel is currently anchored at Fujairah.



Shell’s Galea is scheduled to arrive at the terminal on 29-December, potentially for a reload. Her next destination is not yet clear.

Trafigura’s Golar Bear reloaded on 7-December, and is expected by Kpler analysts to discharge at Dabhol, ETA 31-December.

PetroChina’s Wilpride reloaded a cargo on 12-December, and initially was expected by the market to deliver to South Korea. Currently, the vessel is signalling for Ain Sokhna, ETA 30-December.


Express reloaded a cargo on 29-November, and is about to discharge it at Caofeidian, ETA 30-December.

Christophe De Margerie is making her ballast voyage toward the plant for a reload, ETA 25-January.


There is one vessel expected to discharge at the terminal: NLNG’s LNG Kano is expected to deliver her Bonny-sourced cargo on 2-January.

Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Paris is currently reloading a cargo at the terminal.


Al Jassasiya is still expected at the terminal with her Ras Laffan – sourced cargo, ETA 3-January.

Also, LNG Finima Ii is making her laden voyage from Bonny toward the port, ETA 30-December.



There are two vessels expected at the terminal:


To Keep on Your Radar

Cheniere’s Methane Spirit was expected by the market to load at Sabine Pass on 3-January. Nevertheless, she changed her route on 23-December, and now is headed toward Europe.

Petronas’ Trinity Arrow is ballasting toward Europe. The vessel may potentially reload in the region.


Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly

This week we observed a higher number of cargoes coming from Ras Laffan, with the majority of vessels headed toward Far East.

European Stocks and Send-outs

At South Hook, we observed a stable and low average send-out level of 65.17 GWh/d this week.