Forecasted Vessels

South Hook:

Currently, five vessels are expected at the terminal sourced from data reports and Port Authorities:
  • 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.



Yenisei River was initially expected to arrive for reload on 25-March but the option was cancelled, and she is now ballasting off of Brest, France.


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.



As confirmed last week, the two Q-Flex vessels: Fraiha, ETA 7-April and Umm al Amad, ETA 10-April have been confirmed per AIS. Please add both vessels to your watchlist in order to receive email updates once the Port Authority confirms whether both vessels will arrive or not.



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.