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Nakilat posts higher profit in Q4

Qatar’s Nakilat, the world’s largest LNG shipper, posted a net profit of 226 million riyals (US$62m) for the fourth quarter of 2015, an increase of 12.1% as compared to 2014.

Nakilat’s net profit of 984 million riyals in 2015 rose 10 percent as compared to the year before, the LNG shipping company said in a statement on Thursday.

“Nakilat’s operations have achieved a higher profitability level by growing business streams through the addition of three new LNG vessels to Nakilat’s LNG fleet during 2015, full operation of vessels acquired during 2014, optimization of operating expenses and leveraging lower finance costs,” the statement said.

Nakilat also said its Board recommended paying a cash dividend to the shareholders equal to 12.5% of the nominal value of its capital, which is equivalent to 1.25 riyals per share.

The company added it will exploit future opportunities to acquire new business opportunities, serving the international marine sector, and to increase the utilization rate for the shipyard facilities at Erhama Bin Jaber Al Jalahma shipyard.

1 Qatar riyal = 0.274548 U.S. dollars
Es würde mich nicht wundern, wenn die Bilanzen tendenziell geschönt wären durch großzügige Zahlungen des staatlichen Gasförderers, um die einheimischen Aktionäre inkl. Pensionsfonds zu beglücken.

Die sind an der Börse in Katar notiert:
http://quotes.wsj.com/QA/QGTS
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nakilat
Nakilat’s profit climbs in Q1
Qatar’s Nakilat, the world’s largest LNG shipper, said its net profit rose by 7.9% percent in the first quarter as compared to the same period last year.

Nakilat posted a net profit of 240 million riyals (US$66m) for the first quarter, compared to 222 million riyals in 2015.

The increase in the company’s profits reflects the “strong growth of Nakilat’s operating activities in transporting LNG, and better performance of its LPG vessels,” Nakilat said on Tuesday.

Nakilat’s total revenue of 906 million riyals rose by 3.7% as compared to the same period a year before.

1 Qatar riyal = 0.274616 U.S. dollars
Qatar’s Nakilat posts higher H1 profit
Qatar’s Nakilat, the world’s largest LNG shipper, said its net profit rose 2 percent in the first half of this year as compared to the same period a year ago.

The LNG shipping giant posted a net profit of 501 million riyals (US$138m) for the first half, compared to 491 million riyals in 2015.

Earnings per Share (EPS) amounted to 0.90 riyals versus 0.89 riyals for the same period of the previous year.

Nakilat said in a statement on Wednesday the increase in its profits reflects the “strong growth of Nakilat’s operating activities in transporting LNG, and better performance of its LPG vessels”.

However, Nakilat’s net profit in the second quarter of 2016 dropped 2.8 percent on year to 260.3 million riyals, LNG World News calculations based on previous Nakilat’s financial reports showed.

Nakilat’s fleet of 67 wholly- and jointly-owned LNG and four LPG vessels comprises one of the world’s largest gas fleets.

The LNG vessels represent a total investment of approximately $11 billion and have a combined carrying capacity of over 8.5 million cubic meters or 15% of the world capacity, according to Nakilat’s website.

1 Qatar riyal = 0.274639 U.S. dollars
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.830.760 von R-BgO am 14.07.16 10:35:58Qatar’s Nakilat, the world’s largest LNG shipper, said its nine-month net profit dropped 1.1 percent as compared to the same period a year ago.


The LNG shipping giant reported a net profit of 749 million riyals (US$199.6 m) for the January-September period, compared to 757 million riyals in 2015.

Nakilat said in a statement on Sunday that the company’s “strategic long-term charters for its LNG vessels and the strong LPG vessels performance have ensured the continuous strong financial profitability despite the current market conditions of fluctuating oil and gas prices and the slowdown in ship repair and building activities.”

Nakilat’s net profit in the third quarter of this year dropped 7 percent on year to 247.8 million riyals, LNG World News calculations based on previous Nakilat’s financial reports showed.

The Qatari company’s fleet is the largest in the world comprising of 67 wholly- and jointly-owned LNG and four LPG vessels.

The LNG vessels represent a total investment of approximately $11 billion and have a combined carrying capacity of over 8.5 million cubic meters or 15% of the world capacity, according to Nakilat’s website.



=> Ableitungen:

11'''./. 67 = 164 MUSD pro LNG-Tanker
8,5'' ./.67 = 127.000 cbm pro Tanker
8,5'' ./. 15% = 57 mio. cbm Weltkapazität
67 ./. 15% = 447 Schiffe Weltkapazität
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.495.067 von R-BgO am 18.10.16 06:39:37
Nakilat takes over its LNG fleet management from Shell



Qatari LNG shipping company, Nakilat, and Hague-based LNG giant Shell have agreed to begin the planned phased transition of the management of Nakilat’s LNG fleet.

Shell’s unit, Shell International Trading and Shipping Company, has provided shipping services to Nakilat’s LNG fleet since it was established in 2006, which includes 14 Q-Max and 11 Q-Flex LNG carriers.

Under the agreement, the vessels will be transitioned in three phases, starting this year, to Nakilat’s ship management unit, Nakilat Shipping Qatar Limited (NSQL), that currently manages four LPG carriers and four Q-Flex LNG carriers, Nakilat said in a statement on Wednesday.

Studies and preparations have been carried out by Nakilat to ensure the management of the vessels.

According to Nakilat, this will be the world’s largest transition of an LNG fleet operation.

The fleet of Nakilat’s wholly-owned 25 vessels that will be transitioned to NSQL, has so far delivered over 320 million cubic meters of LNG from Qatar to over 20 countries.

The vessels have travelled 17 million nautical miles – the equivalent of over 780 trips around the equator’s circumference, Nakilat noted in the statement.

Nakilat’s current fleet stands at 63 wholly- and jointly-owned LNG carriers making it the world’s largest LNG shipping company.


=> Vier Schiffe verschwunden?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.514.483 von R-BgO am 20.10.16 09:38:51
Langes Interview mit dem Nakilat-Boss:
http://www.lngworldnews.com/interview-with-nakilat-md-on-lng…


Auszüge:

- "Nakilat’s LNG carrier fleet is one of the youngest in the world, averaging 7 years, and is among the most modern and advanced fleets around, incorporating the use of modern technology to ensure the safe, environmentally sound and cost-effective transportation of gas. Nakilat’s LNG carriers have a combined carrying capacity of over 9 million cbm, which is about 15% of the world capacity.

Of Nakilat’s 63 LNG carriers, 25 are wholly-owned while the remaining 38 are jointly-owned with other reputable shipping entities. They are either operated by NSQL, STASCO (Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited), or through our joint venture operators such as MOL, NYK, ‘K’-Line, Maran Gas, Pronav and Shipping Corporation of India; and deliver LNG to 23 of the 26 LNG terminals worldwide."


- "We all operate in a capital-intensive industry. Financing the purchase of additional vessels comes through the cash generated from operations, borrowings from banks and equity financing. Thus, a major obstacle for LNG shipping companies is the current limited financing. The international banking system trails in deleveraging process and bankers are only willing to lend to companies that have either strong balance sheet or tangible steady cash flows from projects with first class counter parties."


- “The LNG chartering market is undergoing major changes. The spot LNG fixtures are rapidly growing and now make up for a larger proportion of the total charter market. The short-term fixtures are currently a third of the total chartering activity but the market expects this number to reach around 50% in the next 4 to 6 years."


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