Investing.com - KNOT Offshore Partners (NYSE:KNOP) LP (NYSE: KNOP) reported third quarter EPS of $0.47, $0.29 better than the analyst estimate of $0.18. Revenue for the quarter...
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KNOT Offshore Partners LP (the Partnership) owns, operates, and acquires shuttle tankers under long-term charters. The vessels in Company's fleet are chartered to Equinor, Transpetro, Repsol, Shell, Var, Galp, ENI, PetroChina and KNOT. Its charters have an average remaining term of two years. The customers hire the Company's vessels for loading, transportation, discharge, and storage of their crude oil using the vessels in its fleet. It provides all these services under time charters and bareboat charters. The Company has a fleet of over 17 shuttle tankers, which are vessels designed to transport crude oil and condensates from offshore oil field installations to onshore terminals and refineries. Its shuttle tankers include Fortaleza Knutsen, Recife Knutsen, Bodil Knutsen, Windsor Knutsen, Carmen Knutsen, Hilda Knutsen, Torill Knutsen, Dan Cisne, Dan Sabia, Ingrid Knutsen, Raquel Knutsen, Tordis Knutsen, Vigdis Knutsen, Lena Knutsen, Brasil Knutsen, Anna Knutsen, and Tove Knutsen.
|Average||10.50 (+90.91% Upside)|
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