Freeport TX

General information

Name:
Freeport TX
Country:
United States of America
UN/Locode:
USFPO
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
39
Expected Vessels:
14
Berths:
12
Coordinates:
N 28° 56' W 095° 18'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Tanker
28.03. 09:28
Unclassified
30.03. 09:29
Tanker
30.03. 08:30
Tanker
29.03. 00:28
Unclassified
30.03. 01:15
Unclassified
30.03. 07:40
Tanker
29.03. 17:03
Cargo Ship
24.03. 08:52
Unclassified
28.03. 16:15
Unclassified
30.03. 09:23

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Tanker
30.03. 12:00
Cargo Ship
30.03. 14:00
Cargo Ship
31.03. 17:00
Tanker
01.04. 14:00
Tanker
02.04. 14:00
Tanker
13.04. 18:00
Tanker
17.04. 01:00
Tanker
18.04. 14:30

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Tanker
30.03. 07:14
Tanker
30.03. 05:23
Tanker
29.03. 23:50
Tanker
29.03. 21:15
Unclassified
29.03. 19:31
Cargo Ship
29.03. 15:25
Tanker
29.03. 07:30
Tanker
28.03. 14:22

Latest news

Freeport LNG Ships First LNG Commissioning Cargo

Thu Sep 05 10:13:22 CEST 2019 arnekiel

Freeport LNG on Sept. 03 announced that it has shipped the first LNG commissioning cargo for Train 1 from its liquefaction facility located on Quintana Island in Freeport, Texas. Approximately 150,000 cubic meters of LNG were loaded aboard the LNG Jurojin, which departed from the Freeport LNG terminal on September 3. “This first cargo loading is another significant step that gets us one step closer towards our start of commercial operations which is anticipated later this month,” said Michael Smith, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Freeport LNG. “We are very pleased that it took less than 45 days to load our first cargo since gas was first introduced to our liquefaction facilities.” Freeport’s Train 2 is advancing pre-commissioning to support an in service date of January 2020. Train 3 is nearing completion to support an in service date of May 2020. Source: Freeport LNG

Magellan eyes Freeport, Texas as spot for crude export terminal

Tue Jan 29 08:29:57 CET 2019 arnekiel

Magellan Midstream Partners LP has begun talks with companies developing crude transportation assets in Freeport, Texas, as it considers building a U.S. crude export terminal there instead of its previously planned spot off Corpus Christi, an executive said.

Update on Freeport conditions

Sat Sep 02 13:33:05 CEST 2017 arnekiel

HOUSTON / GALVESTON / FREEPORT While there are five ships set to sail, they are not in or above the restricted area beyond Morgan’s Point. Other reasons for ships not moving are that they are over the present draft restrictions or the required facility inspections need to take place. Movements will start shortly for any vessels that are not restricted by draft limits or that do not have to transit through a restricted area. Baytown is one of the places above the restricted areas and therefore ships cannot transit from or to facilities there. According to the pilots, the current is running at ten knots in the channel due to floodwaters moving to the sea. A total of 14 ships are in port and 24 are at anchorage awaiting inbound transit. Currents in the channel are of concern to pilots. They are watching conditions closely. Additionally, all terminals must have completed this post-storm assessment and must be inspected by USCG prior to receiving traffic. Source: Inchcape Shipping Services

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