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GAIL (India) Ltd (GAILq.L)

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GAIL (India) Limited is an integrated energy company in the hydrocarbon sector. The Company is engaged in gas marketing. The Company's segments include Transmission services, which includes natural gas and liquid petroleum gas (LPG); Natural Gas Trading; Petrochemicals; LPG and other Liquid Hydrocarbons; City Gas Distribution,... (more)


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  GAILq.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 16.14 13.67
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 5.02 6.51
ROE: -- 9.35 10.95

Indian shares little changed ahead of state elections results

March 9 Indian shares were little changed on Thursday after two consecutive sessions of declines, as sentiment remained subdued ahead of the results of state elections, including that of the country's most populous state of Uttar Pradesh.

Mar 09 2017

UPDATE 1-India's GAIL signs 1st time-swap deal for U.S. LNG with Gunvor

* Shares rise as much as 2.5 pct (Adds share price, analyst comment)

Mar 03 2017

India's GAIL signs 1st time-swap deal for U.S. LNG with Gunvor

NEW DELHI, March 3 State-run gas company GAIL (India) Ltd has signed a time-swap deal with Swiss trader Gunvor to sell some of its U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG), sources said, as the Indian firm tries to ease the burden of its costly foreign LNG supplies.

Mar 03 2017

GLOBAL LNG-Asia prices hit parity with British gas benchmark

MILAN/SINGAPORE, Feb 3 Asian spot prices for LNG delivery in March fell to parity with European gas benchmarks on Friday, while importers in India, Thailand and Mexico finalised purchases amid healthy supply.

Feb 03 2017

GLOBAL LNG-Oversupplied Japanese players to sell off excess volumes

MILAN, Jan 27 Asian spot LNG prices extended losses this week as oversupplied Japanese utilities sought to offload cargoes and as key European gas benchmarks softened.

Jan 27 2017

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