Forecasted Vessels

South Hook:

Currently, there are three vessels expected at the terminal:
  • Zarga, ETA 3-March. The vessel is now crossing the Suez Canal.
  • Mozah, ETA 8-March. She is currently crossing the Red Sea.
  • Aamira, ETA 16-March. The vessel loaded at Ras Laffan on 19-February and is now floating at Fujairah.


There is no vessels expected at the terminal.



Iberdola’s Cadiz Knutsen is about to discharge her reloaded Andres-sourced cargo.

Shell’s Gallina is still expected at the terminal with her Peru LNG-sourced cargo, ETA 27-February.



There is only one vessel expected at the terminal, ETA 24-February: Yenisei River loaded at Ras Laffan on 3-January and is about to arrive to the port.



There are three vessels expected to arrive from Bonny: LNG Adamawa, ETA 25-February, LNG Ogun, ETA 5-March, and LNG River Niger, ETA 8-March.


The terminal is currently expecting four vessels to arrive, with three tankers  delivering cargoes from Sabine Pass: La Mancha Knutsen, ETA 24-February, Oak Spirit, ETA 28-February, and Ribera Del Duero Knutsen, ETA 7-March.




Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly

This week we observed the higher number of cargoes headed toward the Middle East and Europe comparing to the week before. The majority of vessels headed toward Far East.


European Stocks and Send-outs

At Zeebrugge, stocks level fell at zero since 16-February. There was no cargoes delivered at the terminal since 15-February on board Global Energy, and Yenisei River will discharge a cargo on 24-February.

At South Hook, we observed a stable send-out level of 55.35 GWh/d.