|Bid||344.40 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||339.05 - 349.00|
|52-week range||296.00 - 398.80|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.22|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.18|
|Earnings date||27 May 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||7.69 (2.16%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
GAIL Ltd is set to complete the purchase seven wind power plants from India's debt-ridden Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services , after offering 48 billion rupees , IL&FS said on Monday. The deal ...
State-owned gas distribution company GAIL Ltd on Tuesday reported a 33.2 percent jump in third-quarter profit, beating market estimate, buoyed by a surge in revenue from its natural gas marketing segment. ...
LONDON/SINGAPORE - Several large liquefied natural gas (LNG) players have tried to offload their obligation to buy future cargoes from the United States, shedding excess commitments made years ago in the rush for new sources and commercial terms for the fuel. The sale of multi-year "strips" of LNG cargoes represent portfolio adjustments by the buyers rather than backlash against U.S. gas, several Asian and Europe-based traders said. Australia's Woodside Petroleum, GAIL (India) and Indonesia's Pertamina have all recently marketed strips they are obliged to buy from Cheniere Energy's Corpus Christi or Dominion Energy's Cove Point terminals from 2019, traders said.
Gas utility GAIL (India) Ltd might be interested in buying some of the wind assets of debt-laden Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) but has yet to have any discussion on the matter, two sources from GAIL said on Friday. The new board of shadow bank IL&FS, which has defaulted on some of its debt, has decided to sell off its assets as part of a restructuring plan. The sources said GAIL would not consider buying the entire wind energy assets of IL&FS unless offered at a steep discount.
State-run gas utility GAIL Ltd posted a 50 percent jump in second-quarter profit on Monday, boosted by higher revenue from its natural gas marketing business. Profit came in at 19.63 billion rupees for ...
The most recent earnings announcement GAIL (India) Limited’s (NSE:GAIL) released in March 2018 revealed that the company benefited from a robust tailwind, eventuating to a double-digit earnings growth of 42.3%.Read More...
Indian gas firm GAIL Ltd aims to add 5,500 km gas pipelines to boost its capacity by about 50 percent in the next 3 years, its chairman said on Tuesday. India wants to raise share of natural gas in its ...
Indian Railways on Thursday signed a preliminary deal with gas firm GAIL (India) Ltd to use natural gas in some of its operations, part of a drive by the world's third biggest oil consumer to gradually shift to cleaner fuels. India is building infrastructure, including pipelines and import facilities, to raise the share of gas in its energy mix to 15 percent in next few years from the current level of about 6.5 percent. Using natural gas will be about 25 percent cheaper than the alternative fuels used by the railways at workshops and production units, said Ashwani Lohani, chairman of Indian Railways' board.
The launch of an online portal by GAIL (India), allowing third-party access to its natural gas pipeline network, would ensure transparency and permit companies to understand the infrastructure further, analysts said on Tuesday. GAIL, India's biggest gas marketing and trading firm, launched an online portal on Monday for companies to book natural gas pipeline capacity. The state-run utility, which operates more than 11,400 kilometres of natural gas pipelines across various parts of India, has been providing third-party access to natural gas pipelines since 2004.
Have you been keeping an eye on GAIL (India) Limited’s (NSE:GAIL) upcoming dividend of ₹1.44 per share payable on the 11 October 2018? Then you only have 2 days leftRead More...
India is working on plans to enable gas utility GAIL to keep its marketing and pipeline operations separate without breaking up the company, India's oil minister said on Thursday. "My job is not to create more companies, my job is to create more accessibility through policy," Dharmendra Pradhan, India's oil minister said on Thursday.
Indian gas utility GAIL (India) has switched its focus to short-term and spot deals for the purchase of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to meet rising demand and hedge against price volatility, its chairman said. The move from longer-term deals comes as India builds infrastructure, including pipelines and import facilities, to raise the share of gas in its energy mix to 15 percent by 2030 from the current level of about 6.5 percent. Supply under GAIL's long-term deals with companies in the United States began this year.
State-owned gas utility GAIL Ltd's fourth-quarter profit surged nearly four-fold, but missed analysts' expectations. Profit rose to 10.21 billion rupees in the three months ended March 31, from 2.60 billion ...