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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

GAIL India says co hopes to bring 55 LNG cargoes this year
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 07:35am EDT 

GAIL (India) Ltd : Exec says "this year we hope to bring 55 LNG cargoes " . Further company coverage [GAIL.NS] ((Bengaluru Newsroom; +91 80 6749 1130)).  Full Article

GAIL India says co to invest 210 bln rupees in pipeline projects in next 3-4 years
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 07:30am EDT 

GAIL (India) Ltd : Exec says approved 13.7 megawatt solar project at a cost of 1.16 billion rupees . Exec says co planning to swap 2 million tonnes of U.S. lng through Singapore subsidiary . Exec says capex for FY 2017 at 17 billion rupees . Exec says co investing 210 billion rupees in pipeline projects in next 3-4 years . Further company coverage [GAIL.NS] ((Bengaluru Newsroom; +91 80 6749 1130)).  Full Article

GAIL (India) recommends final dividend of 3 rupees per share
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 07:22am EDT 

GAIL (India) Ltd : Recommended the payment of final dividend of INR 3 per share .  Full Article

GAIL India March-qtr profit 7.70 bln rupees
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 07:21am EDT 

GAIL (India) Ltd : Says March-quarter turnover 116.27 billion rupees . Says March-quarter net profit before tax 9.40 billion rupees . Says March-quarter net profit after tax 7.70 billion rupees . Consensus forecast for March-quarter net profit was 7.30 billion rupees . Further company coverage [GAIL.NS] ((Bengaluru Newsroom; +91 80 6749 1130)).  Full Article

GAIL (India) Ltd fixes record date for interim dividend
Tuesday, 2 Feb 2016 07:27am EST 

GAIL (India) Ltd:Says that it has fixed Feb. 17, 2016 as record date for purpose of payment of interim dividend, if so approved by the board.  Full Article

Factbox: Commodities traders strike major LNG deals

Swiss-based commodity traders are boosting their presence in global liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets, grabbing a growing share of supply and challenging the dominance of the oil majors.