- Rasheeda, ETA 2-April
- Al Ghariya, ETA 8-April
- Al Sheehaniya, ETA 11-April
- Mesaimeer, ETA 14-April
- Shagra, ETA 18-April. She remains at Ras Laffan Anchorage and is expected to arrive at the loading berth within 1-2 days. Kpler Analysts are monitoring both Al Mayeda and Mozah for potential swaps.
Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Boston is still expected to discharge her Atilantic LNG-sourced cargo, ETA 30-March.
Bu Samra loaded at Ras Laffan on 19-March and is now signalling for Grain, ETA 9-April.
Al Deebel is still expected to discharge her Ras Laffan cargo at the plant on 31-March, according to the Port Authority.
Wilpride loaded at Ras Laffan on 23-March and is scheduled to deliver to the terminal on 10-April.
Al Oraiq is now headed toward Zeebrugge with her Ras Laffan cargo, ETA 15-April according to the Port Authority.
To Keep on Your Radar
Dukhan was initially expected at Huelva on 7-April, but she diverted and is now headed toward Europe with no clear destination. Currently, LNG Benue is expected to discharge at Huelva instead – the vessel loaded at Bonny on 27-March and is signalling for ETA 7-April.
Statoil’s Arctic Princess loaded at Atlantic LNG on 26-March and is signalling for Skagen, ETA 10-April. According to Kpler analysts, the vessel will potentially discharge at Klaipeda, ETA 13-April.
Ras Laffan Cargo Liftings Weekly
This week we observe more vessels headed toward Europe, with the majority scheduled for Far East.
European Stocks and Send-outs
At South Hook, we observed an increased average send-out level of 270.95 GWh/d.