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25.04.17

Asia-Europe rates at most stable level in five years

Milaha suffered setback in Q1

Drilling surge in the US boosts Halliburton

Statoil back drilling in the Arctic

Consortium with CMA CGM wins tender for Port of Thessaloniki

Professor: New bank regulations could thwart ship financing

Alang is still the world's preferred ship graveyard

Top analyst shoots down container carrier optimism

Maersk Oil eliminates 139 positions in Danish reorganization

Thun Tankers orders new ships for Gothia alliance

Norway eyes giant oil discovery in the Barents Sea

26.04.17

Singapore cements its position as leading maritime hub

Fredriksen makes new attempt to buy DHT

Danish tax authority: OW Bunker abused tax legislation

Euronav projects challenging 2017

"The era of privately owned carriers is coming to an end"

Wärtsilä's maritime orderbook shrinks due to overcapacity

EU preparing restrictions on maritime subsidies

Alphaliner: Growing uncertainty about Yang Ming's financial state

Alfa Laval sees marine earnings slide in Q1

Norwegian creditor: New massive losses in store for offshore

27.04.17

Scorpio Tankers' bottom line dropped in Q1

Maersk in large digitalization venture with Microsoft

Nordea increases loss provisions on shipping and offshore

Maersk Line: 2017 off to a good start

Seaspan has faith in improved container market

DP World reports significant growth in ports

Q1 operating result slashed in half at Dong

Fredriksen continues his crusade to become top supertanker player

South Korean yards save their way to profits

Subsea 7 eyes improved supply in offshore market

28.04.17

Japan's three major container carriers believe in 2017 gains

Maersk Line to pay EUR 3.7 bln for Hamburg Süd

Aker BP drills its way to impressive result

Belgium's Exmar calls off purchase of Dutch gas fleet

Semco Maritime delivers new large deficit

US shale boom puts pressure on the entire industry

OOCL grew its volumes in the first quarter

Wilhelmsen buys supplier Drewry Marine in large transaction

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Nordic banks eye weak offshore and shipping market

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