Nakilat makes gains in weak LNG market

The world's largest LNG carrier Nakilat delivered an improved result in an otherwise pressured market in the transport of liquefied natural gas. The carrier is on the lookout for growth opportunities.

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Qatar-based Nakilat, which is the world's biggest carrier in the transport of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exited last year with an improved result.

The company delivered a total net result of QAR 948 million (Qatari Riyal), which is about USD 260 million, and constitutes an advancement of 10 percent compared to 2014, writes the media LNG World News.

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