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Koninklijke Vopak: Updates Divestment Terminal In Algeciras
Wolters Kluwer Nominates Jack De Kreij To Supervisory Board
Vopak Acquires Stake In LNG Import Facility In Colombia
Koninklijke Vopak NV is a company based in the Netherlands engaged in the storage and handling of oil products, liquid chemicals, gases, bio fuels and vegetable oils. The Company offers storage and transshipment solutions at 74 tank terminals in 27 countries. The Company is organized into four regional divisions and a separate global business unit for managing and developing LNG terminals and projects, namely Netherlands; Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); Asia; Americas; and Global LNG. The terminals are integrated into chemical complexes or refineries and support local logistics, as well as import and export activities. The Company offers services to support the logistics chain of chemical and oil industries, including tanker shipping and warehousing.
Ben J. Noteboom
Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Eelco M. Hoekstra
Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Executive Board
Melchert Frans Groot
Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Gerard B. Paulides
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Executive Board
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Energy sector services provider Dialog Group on Tuesday said it is facing a lawsuit from a property investment firm claiming $1.35 billion (£1.04 billion) from Dialog and its joint-venture partners, including Dutch oil storage group Koninklijke Vopak NV.
Vopak, the Dutch oil and chemicals storage company, said on Friday it had agreed to sell 3 terminals to First State Investments for 723 million euros ($812 million).
Global independent tank storage company Vopak <VOPA.AS> said on Friday it has inked an agreement with Engro Corp Ltd <EGCH.KA> to buy a 29 percent stake in Pakistan's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import facility.
* Firms sees 2018 influenced by less favourable oil market (Adds share jump, net profit figure)
* Capacity down to 90 pct from historic high of 94 pct in 2016
* Vopak and Altagas to jointly invest in Propane Export Terminal in Canada
* Vopak and AltaGas to jointly invest in propane export terminal in Canada
Dutch oil and chemical storage company Vopak <VOPA.AS> and tanker operator Exmar <EXMR.BR> said on Wednesday that they had decided not to pursue the acquisition by Vopak of Exmar's participation in Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) assets.
* Shares slump to one-year low (Adds details, CFO comments)
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