Dana Gas Reports Rise in 9M Collections
The Middle East and North Africa-focused Dana Gas’ collections in the nine months to September 30 (9M 2019) increased 16.7% year on year to $230mn, it said November 10 in a statement.
Dana Gas, which owns a 35% stake in Kurdistan-focused Pearl Petroleum, saw its share of sales of condensate, LPG and gas in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq jump 52% to $118mn during the period. Dana Gas received cash dividends of $68.3mn from Pearl Petroleum over this period, it said.
Meanwhile, the collections from Dana Gas Egypt were $105mn during the period, in line with the $111mn received in the same period of 2018 while collections from the company's Zora gas field in the UAE stood at $7.3mn.