South Hook REMIT: Planned outage 50 Gwh/d 16-18th January.
Al Ghariya was expected to arrive at the terminal on 22-January. Nevertheless, the vessel loaded at Ras Laffan on 3-January and is currently headed toward Incheon, ETA 20-January.
Currently, there are no vessels expected at the port.
Shell’s Galea reloaded a partial cargo at Gate on 3-December, and delivered first to Sagunto on 6-January. Currently, the vessel arrived at Delimara, Malta to discharge the rest of LNG. This is the commissioning cargo for Delimara power station.
Esshu Maru is now ballasting toward the plant, where she is expected to reload, ETA 26-January.
Express reloaded a cargo on 29-November, and is still floating off of Caofeidian since 30-December.
Engie’s Global Energy changed the name from Gdf Suez Global Energy. The vessel reloaded at Grain on 9-January, and is expected to arrive at the port on 14-January.
Christophe De Margerie is making her ballast voyage toward the plant for a reload, ETA 19-January.
- Al Marrouna, ETA 18-January
Al Hamla loaded at Ras Laffan on 31-December, and is now headed toward Turkey. Kpler analysts expect her to arrive at Aliaga on 13-January.
Al Thakhira loaded at Ras Laffan on 7-January, and is currently headed toward Europe. Her potential destinations are in Italy and Spain.
Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly
This week we observed a smaller 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 slight increase of send-out level of 91.78 GWh/d from 76.85 GWh/d this week.