Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Tracking The Russian LNG Vessel Bringing LNG To New England, Despite Sanctions -- January 10, 2018

Here we go again. For those who want to track another ocean-going vessel, one can track the Christophe De Margerie over at MarineTraffic while following this story (the story was previously posted but I am not sure we had the name of the vessel):
Reuters is reporting that "US may get first LNG from Russia despite sanctions --
A vessel that may be carrying liquefied natural gas from Russia's new Yamal LNG export terminal could be heading to the United States despite sanctions against the company that operates the Russian facility.
The tanker Chris. De Margerie picked up a cargo from Novatek PAO's Yamal facility, Russia's second LNG export terminal, on Dec. 9 and dropped it off at National Grid Plc's Isle of Grain LNG facility near London on Dec. 28, according to Thomson Reuters data.
Since then, Engie SA's Gaselys LNG tanker picked up LNG from the UK facility on Dec. 30 and is expected to arrive in Boston on January 22, 2018.
It is possible that some of the LNG on the Gaselys is from Yamal, according to a report by S&P Global Platts. Reuters has not independently verified that report, but the shipping data does show the routes the tankers are taking. The final destination could change.
At this link, go directly to the vessel, Christophe De Margerie.

The Marine Traffic link is here.

Enjoy, have fun.

Tag: transponder, tracking.

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