At Sabine Pass, we observed the highest send-in level of 2.44 Bcf/d on 26-July. The weekly average send-in level is 2.19 Bcf/d.
Petrobras’ Excalibur is discharging now her Atlantic LNG-sourced cargo at Cartagena, Colombia. This is the first delivery there in 2017.
Engie’s Christophe De Margerie arrived at Zeebrugge on 19-July for gas up and cool down operations. Currently the vessel is expected to load a cargo at Snohvit, ETA 27-July.
The name of the vessel Celestine River (IMO 9330745) was changed to Symphonic Breeze.
In June, LNG Bunkering services commenced in the port of Zeebrugge, with the new LNG bunkering vessel, Engie Zeebrugge, delivering the first LNG as marine fuel. At Gate, Shell’s Cardissa has arrived, where she will be loading from the third berth and operate in NWE.
Rasgas’ Al Khuwair loaded at Ras Laffan on 12-July and is currently expected to deliver partial cargos at Zeebrugge, ETA 31-July, and South Hook, ETA 3 August.
Iberdola’s Arctic Discoverer loaded at Snohvit on 23-July and is expected by the market to deliver to Grain on 3-August. The vessel sent a AIS signal for Sines on 23-July, but the Sines Port Authorities do not expect her to arrive in the next few days.
Cheniere’s Oak Spirit is about to deliver a tender cargo from Sabine Pass to CFE at Altamira, ETA 29-July.
Cheniere’s Valencia Knutsen lifted a cargo at Sabine Pass on 20-July and is expected at Sines on 1-August.
PetroChina’s Grace Acacia reloaded at SLNG on 22-July and is now making her laden voyage toward Rudong, ETA 30-July.
Rasgas’ Wilforce loaded a backhaul cargo at Ras Laffan on 22-July and is now expected to discharge at Italy.
Brunei LNG’s Trinity Glory loaded at Bontang on 24-July and is currently signalling for India, ETA 9-August.
Vitol’s Maran Gas Mystras reloaded at Gate on 23-July and is now crossing the Mediterranean Sea with no clear destination.
PetroChina’s Meridian Spirit loaded at Bethioua on 24-July and is currently passing by Malta. Her destination is not yet clear.
Monthly Egypt Imports by Origin
More specifically, the trend of Qatari exports to Egypt have been declining over the past year. And Nigerian volumes have increased.