Qatargas’ Al Samriya is confirmed by sources and supported by AIS and vessel position, ETA 22-October.
Qatargas’ Aamira is confirmed by sources, ETA 26-October. Qatargas’ Umm Slal is also confirmed by sources, ETA 31-October. Since the vessels are not loading yet, they may be swapped for another vessel, but the slots are booked.
Total’s Arctic Lady is currently reloading at Fos Cavaou. Kpler analysts expect her to discharge at Jebel Ali, ETA 19-October.
Petrobras’ Cool Runner reloaded on 27-September and is now delivering to Brazil, ETA 17-October.
Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Paris is signalling for Montoir where she will reload, ETA 11-October. The vessel is currently anchored at Cadiz.
Sines imports have reached record levels in the past couple of months with a high level of contracted cargoes from Nigeria and spot cargoes from other locations like USA and Qatar. According to the terminal operator, up to 5 vessels are expected in October, which indicates that this pattern will continue.LNG Lagos Ii loaded at Bonny on 28-September and will discharge a cargo on 10-October.
Currently, three vessels are expected to arrive in the next few days:
Gas Natural’s Catalunya Spirit lifted a cargo at Atlantic LNG on 1-October and is now signalling for the terminal, ETA 12-October.
Sonatrach’s Tessala is expected to arrive by the Port Authorities on 20-October.
RasGas’ Umm Al Amad is delivering her Ras Laffan-sourced cargo on 28-October.
RasGas’ Al Shamal is confirmed by sources, ETA 11-October.
TO KEEP ON YOUR RADAR
Qatargas’ Al Bahiya is now crossing the Mediterranean Sea with no clear destination.
Shell’s Gaslog Savannah loaded at Ras Laffan on 2-October and is currently signalling for the Suez Canal, ETA 11-October.
Liftings at Ras Laffan increased in Week 40. Top 5 destinations for W39 appeared: India 0.29 Mt, UK 0.23 Mt, Taiwan 0.19 Mt, Japan 0.18 Mt, China 0.09 Mt. The majority of vessels headed towards Far East. Currently, there are 4 vessels loading at the plant.