Forecasted Vessels

Qatargas’ Mozah is expected by Kpler Analysts to discharge her cargo at Isle of Grain, ETA 3-October.
South Hook:
Qatargas’ Rasheeda is by the Port Authority to arrive at South Hook on 17-September. There are no other cargos expected to be delivered at South Hook this month.

Gas Natural’s Ribera Del Duero Knutsen is expected to deliver her Sabine Pass-sourced cargo at Gate, ETA 6-October. This will be the second US cargo delivered there this year.
The terminal is currently experiencing planned maintenance, with reduced send-out capacity and no vessels accepted at the jetty between 11th and 20th of September.
Rasgas’ Al Oraiq has been confirmed by the Port Authority to deliver her cargo, ETA 23-September.

Statoil’s Arctic Discoverer is expected by the Port Authority to deliver a Snohvit-sourced cargo, ETA 21-September. Up to 3 cargos were booked for September, but Gas Natural’s delivery slot 12-13-September was cancelled due to delays at Sabine Pass.

Qatargas’ Mesaimeer has been confirmed by the Port Authority, ETA 18-September.

Due to maintenance at the plant from 9th until 19th of September with a 100% send-out reduction, only three cargoes are expected to be delivered in September. According to the Port Authority, LNG Ogun will discharge her Bonny-sourced cargo on 18-September.

To Keep on Your RadarQatargas’ Al Sheehaniya spent two days undergoing maintenance outside the Port of Salalah. Her course is now set towards Europe. Kpler Analysts are currently investigating all potential destinations for this vessel.