Kayrros detected one restart and two outages in the week ended June 21
US facilities are operating at the lowest utilization rates since January at 58%
- The Kayrros Liquefaction Plant Monitor measured exports decreased by 25,000 cm/d to hit 121,000 cm/d last week.
- Out of the six export terminals, only three ports exported cargoes last week: Port Arthur (Sabine Pass), Chesapeake Bay (Cove Point), and Calcasieu Lake (Cameron LNG).
- The number of offline train days in Cameron, Corpus Christi, and Sabine Pass has already exceeded May values.
- Feedgas nominations to all US liquefaction plants hit record-lows last week at an average of 3.6 Bcf/d. In the first four months of the year, feedgas deliveries averaged 8 Bcf/d.
Outages in other major exporting countries
North West Shelf Train 2 was detected back online on June 18.
- The train had been offline since May 29.
- This outage is part of planned maintenance at the Karratha gas plant, feeding the facility.
- Maintenance dates from the operator (Woodside) were scheduled between May 20 and June 10.
- All trains were detected online as of June 18.
- Exports from Dampier port remained stable week-on-week at 120,000 cm/d.
A high flaring event was recorded at ADGAS on June 17.
- All trains have been online since April 7. Train 3 underwent an outage between March 2 and April 6.
- The probability of a train outage happening in a one-day window at the facility is 32%.
Train 3 at Oman LNG was detected offline on June 21.
- Train 1 at the facility is offline for the second consecutive week.
Train 2 at Sakhalin was detected offline on June 21.
- The outage is part of planned summer maintenance.
- While both trains were initially scheduled to go under maintenance, Train 1 at Sakhalin was still seen as operational on a satellite acquisition from June 21.