Ships with LNG from the USA and Nigeria and a tanker with oil from Russia en route to Polish ports

For obvious reasons, energy resources are now at a premium – figuratively, as a scarce commodity (low stocks in many countries, especially in Europe) and literally, due to rising market prices. The supply of coal, oil or gas is therefore of great interest.

We checked what ships with energy resources are currently heading to Poland. The list contains mainly ships declaring Gdynia, Gdansk, Szczecin or Swinoujscie as their current ports of destination.

The list does not include, e.g. vessels that will leave part of their cargo in another port (e.g. coal from Australia in a port in the ARA region) or have already unloaded it there and will only depart for Poland. However, even if the actual, complete, and up-to-date list of vessels with raw energy materials destined for unloading in Polish ports differs from our list, it differs only slightly.

It should also be borne in mind that not every ship unloaded in a Polish port carries cargo for a Polish recipient. For example, even batches of coal that fill all holds may be destined for a recipient in the Czech Republic or Slovakia. Therefore, although we omit possible smaller batches of liquid fuels (delivered by smaller vessels – these are usually oil products, not crude oil) in our list, we also do not include smaller batches of coal.

Let us add that the Gdansk fuel terminal also recently took delivery of Russian oil delivered from the port of Ust-Luga, where it was loaded on 24-25 February. This batch of cargo was unloaded from the Aframax tanker Gagarin Prospekt at the Naftoport terminal on 27-28 February.  

LNG

  • Al Huwaila (IMO 9360879; built 2008; GT 135 848, DWT 109 503 t; cargo capacity 213 110 m³)
    Ras Laffan, Katar – 08.02.2022 > Świnoujście – ETA 03.03.2022
  • GasLog Gladstone (IMO 9744025; built 2019; GT 115 024; DWT 87 955 t; cargo capacity 170 618 m³)
    Bonny Inshore Terminal, Nigeria – 21.02.2022 > Świnoujście – ETA 09.03.2022
  • Marvel Kite (IMO 9760782; built 2019; GT 114 084; DWT 89 266 t; capacity 171 010 m³)
    Cameron LNG Terminal, USA – 28.02.2022 > Świnoujście – ETA 15.03.2022

Crude oil

  • Aegean Harmony (IMO 9338917; built 2007; GT 61 473; DWT 115 824 t)
    Novorossiysk (CPC-R Offshore Marine Terminal), Russia – 04.02.2022 > Gdańsk ETA 03.03.2022
  • Alkinoos (IMO 9792864; built 2019; GT 62 508; DWT 109 900 t)
    Sidi Kerir Terminal, Egypt – 18.02.2022 > Gdańsk ETA 04.03.2022
  • Delta Victory (IMO 9288708; built 2005; GT 62 320; DWT 111 006 t)
    Ust-Luga, Russia – 28.02.2022 > Gdańsk ETA 02.03.2022
  • Front Jaguar (IMO 9703332; built 2016; GT 62 700; DWT 109 900 t)
    Sidi Kerir Terminal, Egypt – 22.02.2022 > Gdańsk ETA 09.03.2022

Coal

  • Navios Beaufiks (IMO 9311816; built 2004; GT 90 085; DWT 180 310 t)
    Newcastle, Australia – 10.02.2022 > Gdańsk ETA 02.04.2022
  • True Courage (IMO 9750830; built 2016; GT 93 564; DWT 182 644 t)
    Finucane Island, Australia 18.01.2022 (+ partial unloading in Constanta – do 27.02.2022) > Gdańsk ETA 16.03.2022

 

source: PortalMorski.pl

Skip to content

Subscribe to our newsletter

Send me your newsletter (you can unsubscribe at any time).