Currently, eleven vessels are expected to arrive in the next few weeks.
Eligible Vessels for Sabine Pass
There are several ballast vessels heading toward the Americas with no clear destination:
- Shell’s Maran Gas Olympias
- Shell’s Scf Mitre
- Shell’s Bilbao Knutsen
- Shell’s Maran Gas Agamemnon
- Shell’s Methane Lydon Volney
- Shell’s Gaslog Skagen
Diversion: Shell’s Methane Nile Eagle was heading toward Gibraltar with her Sabine Pass cargo, but she diverted on 14-April and is now expected at Altamira, ETA 20-April.
Gas Natural’s Ribera Del Duero Knutsen is delivering her Sabine Pass cargo to Mejillones, ETA 26-April. This is the second cargo delivered there from Sabine Pass.
Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Boston loaded at Atlantic LNG and is expected to discharge at Everett, ETA 23-April.
Cheniere’s Maran Gas Alexandria is expected to deliver her tender cargo from Sabine Pass to Bahia Blanca on 21-April.
Shell’s Methane Princess is making her laden voyage from Peru LNG to Manzanillo, ETA 19-April. This is the first cargo delivered there from Peru since October 2016.
Shell’s Gallina loaded at Sabine Pass on 30-March and is currently making her laden voyage toward Chile, ETA 27-April.
Shell’s Methane Alison Victoria loaded at Sabine Pass on 21-March is now crossing the Indian Ocean toward Asia with no clear destination.