Exmar NV

About Exmar NV

Exmar NV provides shipping and energy supply chain solutions worldwide. It operates through three segments: Shipping, Infrastructure, and Supporting Services. The company transports liquefied gas products, such as liquid petroleum gas, butane, propane, anhydrous ammonia, and petrochemical gases. It also engages in ownership and leasing of offshore assets; development of drilling and production designs; asset construction; and provision of engineering services related to marine vessels, ships, and offshore units to the marine oil and gas industry. In addition, the company builds, owns, and operates LNG infrastructure comprising floating liquefaction of gas fields, and floating storage and regasification units, as well as provides ship-to-ship transfer services. Further, it provides ship management services, consultancy and engineering, and travel agency services; and manufactures ropes for marine and offshore applications. Additionally, the company designs, builds, installs, and operates floating production, storage, and offloading units; and operates, installs, and maintains contractor, mining companies, drilling contractors, and accommodation barges. Exmar NV was founded in 1829 and is headquartered in Antwerp, Belgium.


EXM.BR Belgium

9.42USD0.12 (-1.27%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Brussels exchange

Sector: Energy

Industry: Oil & Gas Midstream

Location Belgium, Antwerp

Grade: ADF

740,965,593 USD
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