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Major carriers, Maersk and Norden, both based in Denmark, published interim reports in the past week while a tragic helicopter crash in Norway shook the offshore industry.

Photo: Maersk Line

Estimates have rarely been as far off as they were leading up to the release of Maersk Line's first quarter interim report 2016.

Smedegaard: Maersk Line takes market shares in struggling sector 

Maersk Line CEO saw no way around the price war 

Photo: Jens Dresling/Polfoto/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Jens Dresling/Polfoto/Ritzau Scanpix

Here is an overview of the Maersk Q1 earnings report 

Projections span hundreds of millions ahead of Maersk report 

Maersk Line surprises with Q1 profit 

Alphaliner: Eight carriers to form new major alliance 

The crisis in the global dry bulk industry was unavoidably reflected in the interim report from Norden where the CEO does not predict recovery anytime soon.

Norden CEO: Fewer ships not enough to solve bulk crisis 

All-time low dry bulk market hits Norden with deficit 

Pacific Basin looking at vessels in rival fleets

Scorpio Bulkers hit with bigger loss than expected

13 people were killed in a tragic helicopter crash one week ago when a helicopter of the type Eurocopter EC225 Super Puma crashed down on the Norwegian coast north of Bergen.

Maersk Oil stops all flight with crash-prone helicopter 

Photo: POLFOTO/AP/Jacques Brinon
Photo: POLFOTO/AP/Jacques Brinon

Norwegian tragedy shock to helicopter companies 

Statoil: One of the worst accidents in Norwegian offshore 

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