Evergas mixed up in owner's debt problems

Gas tanker carrier Evergas has been forced to change its debt to short-term amortization because its French owner violated the conditions of its loan agreement around the new year. The owner has since received a deferral on the debt and is working on a new deal.

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Danish gas tanker carrier Evergas has been forced to change its debt, because the company's owner finds itself in trouble with its bank.

On new year's eve 2017, French owner Jaccar Holdings violated the conditions of its loan agreement and triggered a series of new conditions.

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