Weekly highlights


Qatargas’ Mesaimeer is expected by the Port Authority of Swinoujscie to deliver her cargo, ETA 21-May.

Inventories are reaching tank heel, with current levels at 319.6 Gwh/d. Kpler analysts expect send-out levels to remain low in the coming days, with a potential discharge in May. Dragon LNG currently has 4 available capacity slots on offer (shown above)



According to Dunkerque LNG, a total of 3 cargos were delivered in April and 2 cargos are expected in May.

Rasgas’ Al Khuwair has been confirmed by the Port Authority for discharge 5-May. Kpler Analysts will provide an update as soon as we confirm the second cargo. If the current planned unloading quantity is reliable, we will expect the second cargo to be delivered by a Q-Flex carrier from Ras Laffan.



Average send-out levels at Gate have increased in the first days of May to 142 Gwh/d. Kpler analysts expect a cargo to arrive within weeks.



According to the montly schedule of Klaipeda, 3 cargos are planned for May, with Arctic Princess having delivered the first partial cargo 1-May. The second cargo of 40.000cbm LNG is expected 15-May and could be delivered by the same vessel.
South Hook:
Qatargas’ Aamira has been confirmed for South Hook, ETA 16-May. There are currently no vessels confirmed beynond that date.
Rasgas’ Arctic Aurora remains en route towards the terminal, ETA 11-May. There are currently no other cargos confirmed.
The Liquefaction plant has announced a planned maintenance from 12-May until 18-June. The plant consists of 1 train with a capacity of 4.3 mtpa.
Fos Tonkin:
The planned maintenance at Fos Tonkin has so far only resulted in a full stop of send-out on 27-April. The end date of the planned maintenance is 12-May, with Sonatrach’s Global Energy discharging there today, 4-May.

To Keep on Your Radar

Al Karaana is headed towards the Suez canal with no clear destination. Kpler Analysts forecast that the vessel can discharge at Dragon. This remains unconfirmed and is subject to change.

Arctic Voyager is currently floating near Skagen. Kpler Analysts forecast Gate as her next destination and await further data to confirm her discharge.

Rasheeda is loading at Ras Laffan. This is a potential Q-Max cargo for South Hook and should be monitored in the days to come.

Al Sheehaniya is currently idle at the Ras Laffan anchorage. Kpler Analysts are monitoring her activity as this vessel regularly delivers LNG in Europe.


Ras Laffan Qatari Cargo Liftings Weekly

The majority of currently loaded Q-Flex and Q-Max cargos are headed towards Asia, with China receiving the majority. The only unknown loaded Q-Max cargo this week is Rasheeda.