Dorian LPG to buy back shares for USD 100 million

Gas ship operator Dorian LPG finished 2020 with a solid profit, and this makes the company launch a share buyback program for USD 100 million.

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Dorian LPG rewards its shareholders after a strong finish to 2020, in which the shipping company pocketed more than USD 60 million.

The gas ship operator announces that it will spend USD 100 million on buying back 14.8 percent of its shares, at a price of USD 13.6 per share.

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