Forecasted Vessels

South Hook:

Currently, two vessels expected at the terminal:
Lijmiliya, ETA 21-March. She is now crossing the Mediterranean Sea.
Al Mafyar, ETA 28-March. The carrier is about to pass through the Suez Canal.



There is no vessels expected at the terminal.


Milaha Qatar confirmed her destination per AIS, the vessel is delivering her Ras Laffan cargo on 20-March.



There are two vessels scheduled to arrive from Bonny:  Catalunya Spirit, ETA 21-March, and LNG Kano, ETA 25-March.

Engie’s Global Energy initially indicated Montoir per AIS. The port call was removed as there were no supporting data from either the Port Authority and Terminal Operator. There are no reloads expected at Montoir this month. Now the vessel is anchored at Cadiz.


Al Marrouna, ETA 19-March

Lusail, ETA 23-March

Al Thakhira, ETA 27-March


To Keep on Your Radar

Al Kharaitiyat loaded at Ras Laffan on 4-March and is expected to discharge in NWE.

Cadiz Knutsen is no longer ballasting off of Zeebrugge and is currently headed toward Cadiz.

Qatargas’ Rasheeda switched off her AIS 1 day ago. She is a potential vessel for South Hook.

Qatargas’ Al Rekayyat is loading at Ras Laffan berth 1, which indicates that the vessel will be likely headed to Asia.

Qatargas is also expected to load Q-Max Al Ghuwairiya and Q-Flexes Al Aamriya, Al Huwaila and Al Ruwais within the upcoming days.


Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly

This week we observe more vessels headed toward Egypt, and only one vessel scheduled for Europe. The majority of cargoes are expected in the Far East.


European Stocks and Send-outs

At South Hook, we observed a stable average send-out level of 253.60 GWh/d.