LNG Tankers En Route to Britain, Belgium and the Netherlands

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

April 27, 2018

LNG tanker Eduar Toll (File photo: Teekay)

LNG tanker Eduar Toll (File photo: Teekay)

The following liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers are expected to arrive in Britain, Belgium and the Netherlands in the coming weeks.

The vessels carry gas to Europe's most active markets and include cargoes delivering on a spot basis and under long-term contracts.

Estimated arrival dates, often revised by port authorities and AIS Live ship-tracking data on Reuters, are updated below.

Some tankers heading for Belgium and Britain may be loading at the terminal.

Those expected to load are indicated with an (L). Tankers that have docked are indicated with an (A).

LNG tankerCapacity in cubic meters
Expected arrivalFromPort

April 26 (A)
South Hook
Cheikh Bouamama
April 28
Isle of Grain

Eduard Toll170,00
May 1RussiaZeebrugge
May 1 (L)QatarZeebrugge
Maran Gas Mystras151,000
May 3QatarZeebrugge

Vladimir Rusanov170,000
April 25 (A)

Sources: Ports, AIS Live ship tracking, Reuters data. Arrival date calculated using www.searates.com at an average speed of 13.5 knots

(Reporting by Sabina Zawadzki; editing by Jason Neely)

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