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Exmar NV (EXM.BR)


Brussels - Brussels Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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4.383+0.078 (+1.812%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close4.305
Open4.308
Bid6.770 x 10000
Ask0.000 x 15000
Day's Range4.292 - 4.400
52 Week Range3.950 - 7.880
Volume74,106
Avg. Volume109,910
Market Cap249.05M
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)11.12
EPS (TTM)0.39
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est9.40
  • Reuterslast year

    Small-scale LNG project in Canada halts development

    A small-scale liquefied natural gas project on British Columbia's Pacific coast led by Canada's AltaGas said it would halt further development citing unfavourable market conditions. The Douglas Channel ...

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Small-scale LNG project in Canada faces delay over equipment import tax

    A small-scale liquefied natural gas project on British Columbia's Pacific coast is facing a potential delay as the consortium behind the project appeals a tax imposed by Canadian customs on the import of its floating terminal. The Douglas Channel project, which was expected to go to final investment decision (FID) before year-end, is facing a 25 percent tariff on the C$300 million ($232 million) floating terminal, which will be built in China and shipped to Canada. "This is quite a significant price impact," John Lowe, executive vice president of project partner Altagas, told reporters on Wednesday, noting the overall budget for the development is roughly C$600 million.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Small-scale LNG projects in British Columbia nudge ahead

    Small-scale liquefied natural gas projects are emerging as bright spots in British Columbia's bid to become a major exporter of natural gas, with two floating projects on the Canadian province's Pacific Coast moving ahead even as larger projects face delays. The Douglas Channel LNG project, an early frontrunner that was stalled when one of its owners fell into bankruptcy, looks to be back on course after a consortium led by Calgary's Altagas Ltd officially took control on Wednesday. The group, which also includes Belgium's Exmar, France's Electricite de France and Japan's Idemitsu Kosan, hopes to make a final investment decision on the 550,000-tonne per annum (TPA) floating facility by yearend, with first exports in 2018. "We do believe it could be the first LNG exporter off of the B.C. coast," Altagas director of finance Jess Nieukerk told Reuters on Thursday, adding Altagas will keep working with Idemitsu on another, larger, LNG export project called Triton.