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Newspaper: Morgan Stanley to sell out of tanker company

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Major US investment bank Morgan Stanley is allegedly in the process of selling out of its stake in a tanker company, reports the Financial Times.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 09.01.17 at 09:18

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New shipping fund with Maersk players makes first acquisition

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Navigare Capital Partners, a new investment company targeting the shipping industry, has made its first investment in two product tankers. "We will invest in different segments," CEO Henrik Ramskov tells ShippingWatch.

This man will steer Maersk Tankers through the divorce

Tanker:

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Odfjell family says reluctant farewell to Jo Tankers

Tanker:

Jo Tankers has been owned by the Odfjell family for several years, but now it has been sold to Stolt-Nielsen. It was a tough decision to sell the chemical tanker carrier, says Johan Odvar Odfjell in a press release.

Höegh LNG and Nakilat exploring potential partnership

Tanker:

The two gas carriers Höegh LNG and Nakilat will look into forming a joint business in Floating Storage and Regasification Units for LNG. The companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore the possibilities.

BW Group orders a series of new product tankers

Tanker:

BW Group is now entering the LR2 segment with an order for at least six new product tankers with an option for two more. CEO of BW Pacific, Tina Revsbech, confirms the order to ShippingWatch.

John Fredriksen to create new Norwegian tanker behemoth

Tanker:

Tanker carrier Frontline, controlled by John Fredriksen, has submitted a proposal for the acquisition of all shares in competitor DHT Holdings. The board of DHT Holdings is now deliberating the offer. If they accept, a new Norwegian crude tanker giant will be born covering 10 percent of the global fleet.

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Port of Gothenburg labor conflict required constant communication

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CEO of the Port of Gothenburg, Magnus Kårestedt, has spent much of his time in the last 18 months handling the port's labor conflict between APM Terminals and the dockworkers. "Many don't understand the core of the conflict," he says in the latest article in ShippingWatch's series on communication.

It has been a bit more fun to be a dry bulk carrier in 2017

Bulk:

Rates have generally been higher in 2017, a year projected by many to be a year of beginning recovery – but a decline since the boom in the spring has curbed the budding optimism. And this could be a good thing, says J.P. Morgan.

Svitzer awarded 15-year contract in Bangladesh

Carriers:

Maersk's towage unit has won a contract to service the first floating LNG terminal in Bangladesh. The contract supports the company's ambitions to grow in the oil and gas sector.

BP weighs divestment of oil fields in the North Sea

Offshore:

According to internal sources, BP has contacted potential buyers for its oil and gas fields in the North Sea, reports the Wall Street Journal. Asset managers are allegedly in the picture.

Keppel Marine & Offshore suffers half-year deficit

Suppliers:

Keppel's marine business, which covers several yards specializing in offshore, suffered a deficit in the first six months of the year, compared to a profit of USD 177 million in the same period last year. The offshore sector drags the business down.

Port of Rotterdam wants more state support

Ports:

Rotterdam's port booked a positive first half of the year with rising freight volumes. But if this development is to continue, the Dutch state must show more support, like in neighboring countries such as Germany, the port urges.

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