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This is your shipping calendar for November 2021

Find out what's happening in international shipping and offshore this year. Links to other months are located in the bar to the right, beneath the header "related articles."

Interim Reports

November 1

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November 2

  • Maersk Q3.
  • BP. Q3.

November 3

  • Maersk Drilling. Q3.
  • GC Rieber. Q3.
  • Odfjell. Q3.
  • Concordia Maritime. Q3.
  • Torm. Q3.

November 4

  • Euronav. Q3.
  • Norden. Q3.
  • Prosafe. Q3.

November 5

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November 6

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November 7

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November 8

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November 9

  • Eimskip. Q3.
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen. Q3.

November 10

  • Wilhelmsen. Q3.
  • Saga Tankers. Q3.
  • Dof. Q3.

November 11

  • SBM Offshore. Q3.

November 12

  • Hapag-Lloyd. Q3.

November 13

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November 14

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November 15

  • BW LPG. Q3.

November 16

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November 17

  • DFDS. Q3.

November 18

  • Hafnia. Q3.
  • Höegh LNG. Q3.

November 19

  • MPC Containerships. Q3.
  • Havila Shipping. Q3.

November 20

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November 21

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November 22

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November 23

  • BW Offshore. Q3.

November 24

  • Nordic Shipholding. Q3.

November 25

  • Hunter Group. Q3.
  • Odfjell Drilling. Q3.
  • Solstad Offshore. Q3.

November 26

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November 27

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November 28

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November 29

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November 30

  • Borr Drilling. Q3.
  • Jinhui Shipping. Q3.

 

Virtual and on-demand Events

Conferences and seminars

Courses and misc.

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Events in Europe

Conferences and seminars

Courses and misc.

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Global events

Conferences and seminars

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Events in Denmark

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