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BW LPG Q2 EBITDA Up At $74.6 Mln
BW LPG Signs $458 Mln Senior Secured Term Loan And Revolving Credit Facility Agreement
BW LPG Q1 EBITDA Down At USD 20.7 Million
BW LPG Limited is an investment holding company. The Company is engaged in oil and gas production offshore and onshore; natural gas liquids separation; upstream transportation; refining and storage; downstream transportation, and storage and bottling. The Company operates through two segments: Very Large Gas Carriers (VLGCs) and Large Gas Carriers (LGCs). The Company owns and operates approximately 40 gas carriers with a total carrying capacity of over 3.1 million cubic meters and approximately 504,000 (over six new buildings) cubic meters of capacity on order in Korea. The Company owns approximately five LGCs with a total carrying capacity of approximately 289,250 cubic meters. The Company's subsidiaries are engaged in shipowning and chartering. Its subsidiaries include BW LPG Holding Limited, BW Gas LPG Limited, BW Austria Limited, BW Lord Limited, BW Princess Limited, BW Green Carriers AS and BW LPG Partners Pte Ltd.
10 Pasir Panjang Road
#17-02 Mapletree Business City
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Norway's BW LPG, the world's largest liquid petroleum gas shipper, raised its offer to buy rival Dorian LPG on Monday after its first advance was rebuffed.
* Norwegian shares traded up on Wednesday * Oslo's benchmark index rose 0.43 pct, or 3.74 points, to 871.32 points and was up by 6.52 pct year-to-date * The broader Oslo All Share Index was up 0.52 percent * Brent crude futures, a trigger for the oil heavy Oslo Bourse, rose...
Norway's BW LPG, the world's largest liquid petroleum gas shipper, said on Tuesday it had offered to buy competitor Dorian LPG in a $1.1 billion all-stock deal in an effort to boost its earnings in a weak market.
The world's largest liquid petroleum gas (LPG) shipper, Norway's BW LPG, is offering to buy competitor Dorian LPG in a $1.1 billion all-stock deal in an effort to boost its earnings in a weak market, it said in a statement on Tuesday.
A gas tanker from Oslo-listed shipping company BW LPG has collided with an Indian ship off the coast of Chennai in India, a BW LPG executive said on Monday.
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