We have observed an uptick in loaded vessels floating without clear destinations:
BP’s British Sapphire loaded from Atlantic LNG 3rd August, and is now floating at Fujairah
Omani vessel Salalah LNG loaded from Qalhat 1st September, and is also at Fujairah
Engie’s BW Boston loaded from Atlantic LNG 2nd September, diverted East into the N.Atlantic on September 16th, and diverted back into the Caribbean Sea on 19th September
LNG Portovenere, loading for Jovo, has been floating near Hong Kong since 13th September
Engie’s Gaselys loaded from Idku 15th August, and is now floating near Revithoussa
Al Sheehaniya will arrive at Dragon on 29 Sept as per her AIS. She was initially expected on 23 Sept by Milford Haven PA.
Gas Natural’s Ribera Del Duero Knutsen will deliver her Sabine Pass cargo to Bahia. She was initially for Gate. This will be the 3rd US cargo to Brazil this year.
After being docked at Galveston for 3 weeks, Cheniere’s Oak Spirit is leaving the Gulf of Mexico ballast. She is currently crossing the North Atlantic. Shell’s Scf Mitre is also leaving the Gulf ballast.
After a 16 day hiatus since the last received vessel, Peru LNG has exported a cargo aboard Maran Gas Lindos
Clean Energy has finished delivering partial cargoes to Huadian at Qidong and PetroChina at Rudong. Due to entry of new market participants and increased spot volumes, China has already received 26.7MT of LNG in 2017, just shy of the 26.8MT received annually in 2016.
Petrobras’s long term chartered vessel Esshu Maru will deliver her Bethioua cargo to Dahej, ETA 28 Sept.
Petronas newbuild Seri Cempaka has delivered her maiden cargo from Bintulu to Dapeng.
Initially for Gladstone for loading on 20 Sept, Seri Bijaksana was instead laid up at Miri Anchorage.
Originally Released on 21 September 2017