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BW LPG in big growth and high expectations for 2016

The world's largest tanker carrier, BW LPG, grew its bottom line 33 percent in the first half of the year, and the carrier has high expectations for 2016.

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BW LPG, which owns the world's largest VLGC fleet, finished the first half of the year with growth in revenue as well as earnings. The carrier, listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and based in Singapore, has a fleet of 33 VLGCs, five LGCs as well as eight VLGC newbuildings underway.

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