|Bid||191.95 x 13000|
|Ask||192.05 x 25800|
|Day's range||188.65 - 192.60|
|52-week range||137.80 - 193.15|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||N/A|
|PE ratio (TTM)||21.27|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Finnish state-owned gas company Gasum said on Wednesday it had agreed to buy Linde's liquefied natural gas (LNG) and marine bunkering business in Norway and Sweden. Gasum did not disclose the value of the deal. The assets include one LNG liquefaction plant, two LNG terminals, two LNG bunkering vessels and 48 gas filling stations.
Linde, the world's biggest industrial gases group, has taken a 10% stake in Hydrospider AG, a Swiss producer and supplier of hydrogen derived from renewable energy sources, Hydrospider said on Thursday. Hydrospider is currently building a plant to turn electricity from a hydroelectric station run by Swiss utility Alpiq into hydrogen for trucks to be built by a joint venture of Hyundai Motors and Swiss group H2 Energy. Alpiq and H2 Energy each own 45% in Hydrospider, whose site will start commercial operations by the end of the year.
Asia's hydrogen gas demand will rise as the region's oil refineries use the gas to produce low-sulphur fuel to meet new environmental regulations, the head of the world's largest industrial gas producer said on Tuesday. "The demand for hydrogen has grown steadily over the years at a much faster rate than GDP growth," Linde Plc's Chief Executive Officer Steve Angel told Reuters ahead of the groundbreaking ceremony for Linde's $1.4-billion gas project on Singapore's Jurong Island. The project is Linde's biggest investment globally and will quadruple its gas capacity in Singapore.
Industrial gases group Linde said on Tuesday it will spend $1.4 billion (£1.1 billion) to boost its Singapore gasification facilities to support the planned expansion of Exxon Mobil Corp's nearby integrated refining complex. The investment will enable Linde's facility on Jurong Island to supply additional hydrogen and synthesis gas to Exxon's Singapore refinery, the company said in a statement. Exxon's expansion project, which is expected to come online in 2023, would convert fuel oil and other residual crude products into higher-value lube base stocks and distillates to help meet stricter emissions rules.
Russian gas producer Gazprom is considering using technology made by industrial gases group Linde or Royal Dutch Shell at its Baltic LNG project, Gazprom board member Vitaly Markelov said on Tuesday. Russia ...
The Guildford, Britain-based company said it had net income of 94 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to $1.69 per share. The results topped Wall Street expectations. ...
FWB:LIN) announced today that its subsidiary, Praxair, Inc., has expanded its Skills Pipeline workforce development program in collaboration with Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) in Alexandria and the U.S. Army installation at Fort Polk. The new Army Career Skills Program, which began in February, provides professional truck driving scholarships to soldiers who are transitioning back to civilian life. Praxair provided a gift of $145,000 to launch the program and has plans to begin a second cohort in June.
Russian gas giant Gazprom is poised to rely on industrial gases group Linde as a technology supplier for its major liquefied natural gas (LNG) project after Royal Dutch Shell left it, sources close to the project said. On Wednesday, Shell, the Anglo-Dutch major which has a long history of energy cooperation with Russia, said it had decided to leave the Baltic LNG project on the Russian Baltic coast which it had been discussing with Gazprom for several years. Its decision left open a question about the availability of technology for the project which Shell had been expected to provide.
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FRANKFRUT/SEOUL/HONG KONG (Reuters) - German industrial gases group Linde has agreed to sell its South Korean assets to local private equity firm IMM for 1.3 trillion won (875.1 million pounds) , two people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday. The move is seen as part of Linde's efforts to divest assets in South Korea and elsewhere to win antitrust clearance for its $86 billion merger with rival Praxair, which will create an industry leader. South Korea's competition watchdog in October said Linde and Praxair would have to sell some of their assets, raising concerns that their combination would restrict competition.
Linde Plc, the industrial gases group created from the merger of Linde AG and Praxair, is targeting 8-12 percent growth in 2019 earnings per share thanks to cost cuts, even as revenue growth slows, it said on Friday. In presentation https://www.lindeplc.com/-/media/linde/merger/documents/investors/linde-plc-investor-overview-fv.pdf?la=en&rev=a5c84aa5185149028008c04fb05fb9ab slides on its website, Linde also said 2018 adjusted pro-forma income from continued operations rose to $3.44 billion, up 8.3 percent from $3.17 billion in 2017. Pro-forma revenues for the combined group advanced 4.7 percent to $28.15 billion last year, according to the slides.
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