Higher freight rates pull up Dorian in third quarter

Gas carrier Dorian LPG delivers higher revenue and profit in the third quarter, during which demand from China in particular has pulled up freight rates.

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New York-listed gas carrier Dorian LPG exits the third quarter with a strengthened bottom line and higher revenue.

Especially higher freight rates on liquefied petroleum gas, LPG, have pulled up the figures at Dorian, which saw revenue grow to USD 63 million from USD 54.7 million in the same quarter of 2020, shows the report Wednesday.

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