Offshore accidents were one of the big drivers of Skuld's deficit in 2021

Large incidents within the offshore segment were one of the main drivers behind the red numbers on Skuld’s bottom line last year. However, it is most likely very coincidental, CEO Ståle Hansen says. World’s largest P&I club, Gard, does not share the experience.

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Costly accidents in the offshore segment were one of the key reasons as to why the Norwegian marine insurer Skuld delivered a deficit last year, CEO Ståle Hansen says in an interview with ShippingWatch.

”It was mainly larger incidents that pulled us down last year and we were especially hit in the offshore segment. We saw bigger damages than we normally see in a normal year,” Ståle Hansen says.

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