Hafnia dials down ambitions ahead of listing in Oslo

Tanker operator Hafnia has set a new deadline for investors and lowered the offering price on its shares ahead of the company's full listing in Oslo on Friday. The cause is unrest surrounding tanker shares.

Hafnia Tankers and BW Tankers merged around the turn of the year. The next step is an Oslo listing. Mikael Skov is CEO. | Photo: PR / Hafnia

Hafnia has extended the deadline for private placement ahead of its planned listing in Oslo.

The product tanker operator has also lowered the target of the offer and the price investors will have to pay.

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