Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Uniper Joins Others in Avoiding LNG Shipments By way of the Purple Sea – The Offtake


A roundup of stories and commentary from NGI’s LNG Perception

  • Uniper SE has joined different vitality corporations, together with BP plc and Equinor ASA, in avoiding the Purple Sea for LNG shipments amid escalating tensions within the area. Iran-backed Houthi rebels are launching assaults on industrial vessels within the southern Purple Sea.
  • As of Friday, eight LNG vessels have diverted from the Purple Sea and Suez Canal, together with 5 which have loaded in america, in keeping with Kpler information. 
  • Regardless of turmoil within the transport market and longer voyages to keep away from the Purple Sea, LNG freight charges proceed a slide that began final month amid a lull in world demand and related costs for the gas in Asia and Europe which have restricted arbitrage alternatives.
  • In keeping with Spark Commodities, charges within the Atlantic Basin had been down 8.53% day/day on Friday to $96,500/day, whereas charges within the Pacific Basin had been down 6.42% to $76,500/day.
  • Russia’s PAO Novatek has despatched pressure majeure notices to a few of its Arctic LNG 2 offtakers, saying shipments from the mission will probably be delayed attributable to sanctions imposed by america in November, in keeping with Reuters. 
  • Arctic LNG 2 is anticipated to start-up by the top of the 12 months and start transport some LNG cargoes in 2024, however the sanctions will restrict its shipments, in keeping with the Reuters report, which cited nameless sources.

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