News on Brazil.

Statoil bets big on Brazilian oil

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Statoil has great ambitions for Brazil where the company has now bought a bigger stake in field Caraca. In the long term, Statoil wants to achieve a daily output of around 700,000 barrels per day in Brazil, reports Dagens Næringsliv.

Svitzer increases activities in Brazil

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Svitzer will more than double the number of tugs under Brazilian flag, so that the fleet will reach ten vessels by the end of the year. The Maersk Group's carrier is also expanding its Brazilian business, which has secured two new execs.

Deep Sea Supply forced to idle more ships

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Norwegian Deep Sea Supply is hard hit by the low activity in the North Sea along with Brazil's favoritism of the country's own offshore vessels in the South American oil market. Thus the company will be forced to idle more ships in the coming months.

Maersk Line invests big-time in its reefer fleet

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Maersk Line is investing in thousands of new reefer containers for, among other trades, the highly lucrative market out of Latin America which currently finds itself under pressure. ShippingWatch has interviewed the carrier's new Global Head of Reefer Management, Shereen Zarkani.

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