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Indian utilities are anticipating two additional enquiries in April, while another cargo, set for the end of April, is on subs, according to brokers
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi may not have managed to keep all his election manifesto promises, but his scheme to provide free gas connections to poor households has significantly increased LPG shipments to India and has made India the second-largest importer in the world. Should shipping expect a further gas bonus from the current political showdown?
The Enterprise Hydrocarbon Terminal expansion will increase the ability to export LPG by another 30%
The company plans to purchase LPG and offer it delivered on the basis of cost, insurance and freight, directly to the end user
Epic Gas notes there are only five newbuilding vessels scheduled to be delivered in 2019 and five more in 2020, representing a 1.4% increase in existing fleet capacity
The gas carrier now has 10 vessels contracted for scrubbers ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap
Despite some signs of progress in trade talks, most traders remain sceptical that the situation will change in the short term
LLoyd's List Intelligence data shows that an LPG carrier loaded in Ruwais is on its way to Xingang port
The market is just past the cyclical nadir and on an upswing
Revenues fell across the board, with MOL slipping by 24%, NYK down 14% and K Line sliding 28%
The US-listed company, which has been a takeover target for BW LPG, says it is well-positioned to deliver strong cash flows
Freight earnings for very large gas carriers are at their highest for two years and seven months on the back of an increase in voyages, with fewer cancellations and more long-haul voyages
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