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DNB wants more banks to support new climate requirements

Major Norwegian bank DNB hopes far more banks will join a new set of principles requiring shipping companies to comply with climate targets in order to secure financing. DNB's head of shipping tells ShippingWatch why the new principles are based on IMO's regulations.

More debt-ridden offshore carriers could merge

More mergers between companies in the offshore industry are likely to happen, assesses DNB's Head of Ocean Industries Kristin Holth to ShippingWatch. The industry is characterized by large amounts of debt.

Bank DNB eyes improvements for shipping customers

In the fourth quarter, Norwegian bank DNB was able to reverse previously booked impairments on shipping, according to the annual report. "The macro drivers for the shipping portfolio were stable in the fourth quarter," writes the bank.

Scrubber ordering will continue far beyond Jan 1, 2020

2018 was the year in which shipping companies started to invest in scrubbers for real, and the surge in demand has led to packed yards. As such, demand will continue after the sulfur regulations come into force on Jan. 1, 2020, projects DNB in an analysis.

Store banker arbejder klimahensyn ind i lånekrav til shipping

Bankerne er nu parate til at stille klimakrav til de maritime kunder. Flere af verdens førende shippingbanker arbejder på et sæt retningslinjer under navnet "Poseidon Principles", der skal presse sektoren til at tænke grønt. Det erfarer ShippingWatch.

Store banker arbejder klimahensyn ind i lånekrav til shipping

Bankerne er nu parate til at stille klimakrav til de maritime kunder. Flere af verdens førende shippingbanker arbejder på et sæt retningslinjer under navnet "Poseidon Principles", der skal presse sektoren til at tænke grønt. Det erfarer ShippingWatch.

How sulfur regulations prompted a Norwegian analyst to switch jobs

Torbjørn Kjus is especially known for having predicted the oil price plunge a few years ago as an analyst at DNB Markets. Now, he has stepped down from his role in the Norwegian bank to assume a fund manager position, where he will manage deals in the wake of new global sulfur regulations.

DNB's chief exec: Optimism is back in the oil sector

Several companies in the oil sector have undergone successful restructurings, and this has improved DNB's opinion of the sector. "Optimism in back in the oil sector," says CEO Rune Bjerke in the bank's interim report.

DNB on oil price: Good times in store for 2020

The price for a barrel of North Sea crude will rise ahead of 2020, predicts oil analyst at DNB Markets, Torbjørn Kjus. The analyst has lowered his estimate but is overall more positive than other industry stakeholders.

Danske Bank and DNB hit by oil slump in 2016

The two major Nordic banks Danske Bank and DNB increased their impairments related to loans to the oil sector in 2016. Danske Bank is pleased with the rising oil price, but the bank expects that it will take time for the stabilization to benefit the subcontractors.

Tanker CEOs look with pessimism at 2017

The fourth quarter 2016 did not end well. This is the concurrent assessment from the head honchos of tanker; CEO of Euronav, Paddy Rodgers, and CEO of Torm, Jacob Meldgaard. And 2017 looks set to be weighed down by the many new vessels entering the fleet.

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