036460.KS - Korea Gas Corporation

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
46,550.00
+450.00 (+0.98%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close46,100.00
Open46,200.00
Bid46,700.00 x 0
Ask46,800.00 x 0
Day's Range45,500.00 - 46,950.00
52 Week Range45,500.00 - 65,500.00
Volume273,595
Avg. Volume167,415
Market Cap4.08T
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.89
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateMay 13, 2019 - May 17, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1,360.00 (2.95%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-27
1y Target Est71,636.00
  • Reuters12 days ago

    CERAWEEK-LNG Canada expansion to be decided by 2025 -CEO

    Royal Dutch Shell and its partners building a massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Western Canada will decide by 2025 whether to double its capacity, the head of the project said. The $31 billion LNG Canada project last October became the first major project in five years to be approved, with first exports of the super-chilled fuel planned for 2025. Andy Calitz, LNG Canada chief executive officer, said a final investment decision (FID) on phase 2 will happen before the plant's initial production starts.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Sempra Texas Port Arthur LNG export plant passes environmental test

    Sempra Energy's Port Arthur liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Texas took a step toward receiving federal approval for construction on Thursday after the U.S. energy regulator issued a final environmental report. Port Arthur includes two liquefaction trains, three LNG storage tanks, the 38.9-mile (62.6-km) Texas Connector pipeline and the 131.3-mile Louisiana Connector pipeline.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    BRIEF-LNG Canada CEO Calitz Says LNG Canada Intends To Continue To Advance Project And Maintain Its Construction Schedule

    Jan 10 (Reuters) - * LNG CANADA CEO ANDY CALITZ SAYS LNG CANADA HAS "EVERY INTENTION" TO CONTINUE TO ADVANCE ITS PROJECT AND MAINTAIN ITS CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE * LNG CANADA CEO CALITZ SAYS "CONSCIOUS" ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Go West: Pacific Coast LNG plans get fresh look as market shifts

    The scramble for new projects to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) is shifting to the Pacific Northwest, where longstanding proposals are getting a renewed look as rising shipping rates make the region's easy access to Asia more appealing, with gas price shifts sweetening the deal. In October, Royal Dutch Shell and its Asian partners approved construction of a $30 billion export terminal in British Columbia, surprising investors by saying the plant would deliver the super-cooled fuel to Asia at a more competitive price than new U.S. Gulf Coast projects. Since then, costs have shifted further in Canada's favor.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    LNG Canada gets another buyer as Vitol inks supply deal with Petronas

    LONDON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - LNG Canada, the $30 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project, has bagged another client after project shareholder Petronas signed an initial sales deal with trading ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Shell gas project in Canada gets greener amid LNG climate worry

    At a massive natural gas field in northern British Columbia, Royal Dutch Shell Plc is using new technologies and processes to cut emissions to address public and environmental group concerns that Canada's nascent liquefied natural gas export industry could be a climate time bomb. The Groundbirch project, perched above Canada's richest shale gas deposit some 1,110 kilometers (684 miles) northeast of Vancouver, includes four gas plants and 500 wells dotted over an area the size of New York City.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Looming large - Shell's LNG Canada seen as tip of megaproject iceberg

    LONDON/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The launch of a massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Canada could fire the starting gun on a wave of other approvals around the world, potentially curbing a supply crunch expected after 2020. Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.AS) on Tuesday said it would export LNG from the west of Canada by 2025 after approving a C$40 billion (£24 billion) project capable of initially producing 14 million tonnes a year. The Canada and Qatar developments will significantly boost the around 300 million tonnes of LNG traded per year, helping ease a supply shortage expected in the next decade amid surging appetite for cleaner fuels from places such as China and wider Asia.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Looming large: Shell's LNG Canada seen as tip of megaproject iceberg

    LONDON/SINGAPORE, Oct 3 (Reuters) - The launch of a massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Canada could fire the starting gun on a wave of other approvals around the world, potentially curbing a supply crunch expected after 2020. Royal Dutch Shell on Tuesday said it would export LNG from the west of Canada by 2025 after approving a C$40 billion ($31.2 billion) project capable of initially producing 14 million tonnes a year. The Canada and Qatar developments will significantly boost the around 300 million tonnes of LNG traded per year, helping ease a supply shortage expected in the next decade amid surging appetite for cleaner fuels from places such as China and wider Asia.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Big is back: Canada's mega LNG project gets green light on Asia demand

    VANCOUVER/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The approval on Tuesday of a massive liquefied natural gas export (LNG) terminal in Canada is being touted as the return of the mega-project, ending a lean period where low energy prices and oversupply concerns kept investors from taking big risks. The C$40 billion ($31 billion) LNG Canada project led by Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) was given the go-ahead by the Anglo-Dutch giant and its partners, making it the fuel's first major new project to win approval in recent years. Construction will start immediately, with first shipments of the super-chilled fuel expected before 2025, aiming to feed surging demand from Asian buyers, primarily China.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Massive Canada LNG project gets green light as Asia demand for fuel booms

    VANCOUVER/SINGAPORE, Oct 2 (Reuters) - A massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Canada has received final approval from its partners, LNG Canada said on Tuesday, making it the first major new project for the fuel to win approval in recent years. First gas from the C$40 billion ($31 billion) project, led by Royal Dutch Shell Plc, is expected before 2025, aiming to feed an expected surge in demand for the super-chilled fuel from Asian buyers, mainly China. LNG Canada is the largest private-sector investment project in Canadian history, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said at a news conference in Vancouver.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    BRIEF-Canada commits C$275 million to LNG Canada infrastructure, environment projects

    Oct 2 (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, speaking at a news conference about the LNG Canada project: * CANADA COMMITTING C$275 MILLION RELATED TO LNG CANADA INFRASTRUCTURE, MARINE PROTECTION, ...

  • Reuters6 months ago

    South Korea's KOGAS to invest $670 mln in LNG Canada project

    * South Korea's Korea Gas Corp said on Tuesday it will invest 749.86 billion Korean won in a massive liquefied natural gas export project in Canada * The LNG Canada project has received the final go-ahead ...

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Japan's Mitsubishi to join in development of $31 bln Shell LNG Canada project

    Japanese trading house Mitsubishi Corp said on Tuesday it will join in developing the LNG Canada project in British Columbia led by Royal Dutch Shell, which has taken a final investment decision to go ahead with the development. The C$40 billion ($31 billion) project, on the west coast of Canada, will consist of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) production facilities, known as trains, that are expected to export about 14 million tonnes per year of the fuel. LNG Canada is a joint venture between Shell, Malaysia's Petronas, PetroChina Co Ltd, Mitsubishi and Korea Gas Corp.

  • Shell, Partners Approve $31 Billion Project to Speed Gas to Asia 
    Bloomberg6 months ago

    Shell, Partners Approve $31 Billion Project to Speed Gas to Asia 

    Royal Dutch Shell Plc and its four partners have agreed to invest in a multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas project in western Canada -- the largest new one of its kind in years that would carve out the fastest route to Asia for North American gas. LNG Canada -- comprised of Shell, Malaysia’s Petroliam Nasional Bhd, Mitsubishi Corp., PetroChina Co. and Korea Gas Corp. -- is set to announce a final investment decision on the C$40 billion ($31 billion) project as early as Monday, said people with direct knowledge of the plans, who asked not to be identified because the matter isn’t public.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents7 months ago

    Edited Transcript of 036460.KS earnings conference call or presentation 8-Aug-18 5:30am GMT

    Q2 2018 Korea Gas Corp Earnings Call

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Swiss utility in LNG supply talks with Canada's Goldboro project

    Axpo, a Swiss utility and energy trader, said on Thursday it was in talks with a Canadian company planning to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on the country's East Coast for a 10-year supply deal. If the talks lead to a Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPA), they would help boost the chances of the C$10 billion ($7.6 billion) Goldboro project being built by Pieridae Energy to become the first LNG export terminal on Canada's East Coast. Canada is rich in oil and gas but has yet to export LNG to Asia from its West Coast or across the Atlantic from its East Coast in commercial quantities despite major companies planning 20 export terminals.

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Exxon beefs up Mozambique LNG project to cut costs ahead of bank talks

    Exxon Mobil will expand its Rovuma liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Mozambique by half to cut production costs as the partners prepare to book the plant's supply and formally tap lenders in September, the company told Reuters. The U.S. oil giant took charge of the East African LNG project's onshore operations following a $2.8 billion deal with Italy's Eni last year, adding to its slate of planned gas projects in Qatar, Papua New Guinea, Russia and the United States. It now aims to build the world's biggest liquefaction units, or trains, outside Qatar, in Mozambique's remote north, shelving former operator Eni's more modest blueprint in pursuit of cost savings to boost returns on investment.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Asian energy giants hedge U.S. LNG buying spree with European deals

    Asian utilities are increasingly striking up European partnerships and hunting for acquisitions to hedge their large multi-billion-dollar purchases of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies. In the latest example, Japan's JERA, the world's largest buyer of liquefied gas, will absorb the LNG trading desk of France's EDF Trading (EDFT) (EDF.PA) to gain wholesale access to European gas markets and sharpen its trading edge. Such deals, also struck lately by Tokyo Gas and Kogas, give Asian giants a fallback market for U.S. LNG supplies which they may not need, having rushed to commit to big chunks of new liquefaction capacity offered there in the past six years.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Trans-Korea gas pipeline project reappears, but challenges remain

    The long-planned and much derided Trans-Korea gas pipeline project is back on the agenda, buoyed by hopes North and South Korea can make peace. If realized, it would be a pipeline dream-come-true for South Korea. Lacking its own energy resources or pipelines to regions with gas, South Korea has been shipping the fuel in on tankers as liquefied natural gas (LNG).

  • Reuters9 months ago

    EXPLAINER-Trans-Korea gas pipeline project reappears, but challenges remain

    The long-planned and much derided Trans-Korea gas pipeline project is back on the agenda, buoyed by hopes North and South Korea can make peace. If realized, it would be a pipeline dream-come-true for South Korea. Lacking its own energy resources or pipelines to regions with gas, South Korea has been shipping the fuel in on tankers as liquefied natural gas (LNG).

  • Reuters9 months ago

    LNG Canada says local support has cut risk of delays, overruns

    A strong stakeholder engagement program at a liquefied natural gas export plant on Canada's West Coast has helped pare the risk of delays and cost overruns for the C$40 billion ($30.1 billion)project, a project executive told Reuters. LNG Canada, currently being reviewed by its joint venture partners ahead of a final investment decision, has focused hard on ensuring government, indigenous people and local communities are on board with the project, Susannah Pierce, LNG Canada's director of external relations, told Reuters late on Wednesday at the triennial World Gas Conference in Washington, D.C.