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Fredriksen makes strong move toward Brazil

Norwegian shipowner John Fredriksen wants to speed up his business in Brazil and has thus begun a cooperation between his own company Deep Sea Supply (DESSC) and Brazilian company concering offshore activities for a total of USD 850 million.

John Fredriksen has a knack for major offshore businesses, and than knack is pointing toward Brazil, where the Norwegian shipping entrepreneur has entered into an offshore ownership cooperation between Fredriksens company Deep Sea Supply and Brazilian BTG Pactual Oil & Gas Participacoes, concerning 21 offshore support ships, according to TradeWinds.

Maersk Supply prepares for giant deal in Brazil

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