Dorian's profit per scrubber is USD 10,000 a day

The LPG market has long been a tough market for shipping companies, but this changed in 2019 and so far, 2020 seems to be continuing that trend. Dorian LPG is seeing USD 10,000 in gains a day for vessels equipped with scrubbers, the company's CFO Ted Young tells ShippingWatch.

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After three challenging years in which the LPG – liquefied petroleum gas – market was a tough market to operate in, 2019 became a turning point.

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