Market Highlights

At Sabine Pass, Train 3 starts comissioning activities this week, while the mechanical completition at Train 4 is finished.

For Dunkerque, current nominations remain unclear for April. The list of accepted vessels has been updated and now includes two additional Q-flex vessels: Fraiha and Umm al AmadFraiha loaded at Ras Laffan on 19-March and is now signalling for the Suez Canal with no clear destination.

CFE launched a tender for two cargoes delivery to Altamira in April.

South Hook is expecting to receive six vessels at the terminal sourced from data reports and Port Authorities:

Interesting Moves 

Loaded with Atlantic LNG cargo, Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Boston had docked at Everett from March 18th till 19th. According to her draught, she left Everett with over 95% of her cargo and is now heading to Grain for discharge, ETA 2-April.

Uniper Energy’s Yenisei River is expected to arrive for reload at Gate on 25-March, according to her AIS signal.

Statoil’s Arctic Voyager loaded at Snohvit on 7-March and discharged her partial cargo at Revithoussa on 19-March first. Now the vessel is expected to deliver another partial cargo to Aliaga, ETA 24-March according to her AIS.

Shell’s Methane Lydon Volney is now loading a tender cargo at Das Island with no clear destination.

Engie’s Gdf Suez Point Fortin loaded at Sabine Pass on 20-March and is now headed toward Andres to discharge her cargo, ETA 6-April.

Cheniere’s Golar Penguin loaded at Sabine Pass on 18-February, and is about to enter the Persian Gulf with no clear destination.

Statoil’s Arctic Aurora loaded at Snohvit on 11-March and is now making her laden voyage toward Jebel Ali, ETA 15-April.

Engie’s Provalys is ballasting toward Idku to load a cargo, ETA 29-March.

Energy Confidence was diverted from Gorgon where she was expected to load a cargo, and is now headed toward Singapore, ETA 30-March.

Shell’s LNG Enugu lifted a cargo at Bonny on 20-March and is delivering to Bahia Blanca on 2-April. This is the first discharge at Bahia Blanca since October 2016.

Total’s Meridian Spirit anchored on 20-March at Freifjorden, Norway for approximately 24 hours to carry out minor repairs. Now the vessel is headed toward Fos Cavaou, ETA 29-March.