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Exmar tilbage i plus i første halvår

Både omsætningen og resultatet steg for Exmar i årets første seks måneder. Det skyldes ikke mindst LNG-markedet, som bidrager positivt, mens et svagt VLGC-marked fortsat presser.

Exmar turned red in the first half of the year

Belgian tanker carrier Exmar booked a deficit for the first half of the year, a period in which the carrier's LNG activities in particular had a negative impact, while LPG and offshore also caused problems.

Analysis: LPG market facing years of slower growth

The LPG market is facing a period of slower growth ahead of 2019, a period in which China will replace Japan and South Korea as the main driving force in the market, notes DVB Research in a new analysis.

Belgium's Exmar calls off purchase of Dutch gas fleet

Gas carrier Exmar went red in the first quarter in the weak LPG market where too many vessels are undermining an otherwise historically strong US gas export. The carrier has also called off negotiations to acquire a Dutch FSRU fleet.

Exmar expects challenging gas market in 2017

Tanker carrier Exmar saw its revenue slide in 2016, though the bottom line grew following a series of one-off incomes, including payment for a canceled contract. A weak product tanker market combined with many new vessels will make 2017 challenging.

Exmar venter svært gasmarked i 2017

Tankrederiet Exmar fik en lavere omsætning i 2016, hvor bundlinjen dog røg i vejret efter en række engangsindtægter for blandt andet aflyste kontrakter. Et svagt produktmarked kombineret med mange nye skibe vil gøre 2017 svært.

Exmar in talks for sale of FLNG business

Belgian LNG carrier Exmar closed the first half of 2016 with a stronger bottom line and operational gains in a market where the company's long-term contracts provide protection from otherwise major fluctuations. Exmar is also in talks with a Dutch company for a sale of the FLNG business.

Flex LNG's merger with Exmar called off

A planned merger between the John Frederiksen-owned carrier Flex LNG and Belgian shipping group Exmar has been called off as the carriers were unexpectedly not able to reach an agreement. The Flex LNG share price plummets.

Exmar's bottom line cut in half

Belgian LNG and offshore carrier Exmar saw its bottom line plummet by more than 50 percent the first half year of 2015. One key factor is a weak LNG market, explains the company, which recently signed a major cooperation agreement with John Fredriksen.

Bundlinjen halveret hos Exmar

Det belgiske LNG- og offshorerederi fik mere end halveret bundlinjen i første halvår i år. Et svagt LNG-marked er en del af forklaringen, skriver rederiet, der har indgået en stor samarbejdsaftale med John Fredriksen.

John Fredriksen's elaborate hat-trick

It seems like that there were smiles across the board at the offices of John Fredriksen's companies last week, where the Norwegian-born shipping magnate completed tree major deals.

John Fredriksens vilde hattrick

Der har sandsynligvis været en del smil på kontorerne i John Fredriksens selskaber i sidste uge, hvor den norskfødte shippingmagnat landede tre store aftaler.

Belgian Exmar in first quarter setback

Belgian Exmar, which operates in both gas and offshore, experienced a decline in the first quarter, though the major gas vessels delivered significantly increased earnings in the period, according to the carrier.

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