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This week's top stories on ShippingWatch

Navigare Capital Partners, owned by parts of the Mærsk family, is ready to buy more vessels, Simpson Spence Young acquired Danish broker Bidsted & Co., and Norden CEO Jan Rindbo offered insights into his management strategy this past week on ShippingWatch.

Statoil awards oil contracts worth billions

Oil company Statoil has awarded three contracts to three different suppliers valued at a total of NOK 8 billion. One of the agreements goes to Aker Solutions, which recently landed a large contract with Maersk Drilling.

This week's top stories on ShippingWatch

Interviews with the CEO's of Maersk Line, Hamburg Süd and Hapag-Lloyd, and a tragic accident on a drilling rig, are among this week's top stories on ShippingWatch.

Prosafe delays hotel vessels yet again

Offshore company Prosafe has once again delayed delivery of two accommodation vessels from a Chinese yard. The rigs were ordered in 2013 by Axis Offshore, which at the time was owned by J. Lauritzen and equity fund Hitec Vision.

Statoil pulls out of Myanmar

Statoil has given up on finding oil and gas in Myanmar and is therefore abandoning its license off the coast of the country. The Norwegian oil major stresses that the political unrest in the country was not a factor in the decision.

Maersk and partners approve billion-euro plan for Tyra

The partners behind the Tyra gas field, which is partially owned by Shell, Maersk Oil, Chevron and the Danish state-owned Nordsøfonden, have made the final investment decision for the DKK 21 billion reconstruction of Tyra.

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