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Teekay after police report for scrapping: "We have nothing to hide"

Teekay Offshore denies having broken the law in relation to scrapping vessel Navion Britannia, which is at the center of a police investigation in Norway. "We have nothing to hide," the company writes to ShippingWatch.

Teekay Offshore had representatives present at the yard when the ship was scrapped in India. | Photo: PR / Teekay Offshore

Teekay Offshore says that it did nothing wrong during the scrapping of a ship which is currently being investigated by Norwegian police.

"As a responsible operator, we are open and transparent about our practices and have nothing to hide," writes Teekay in a response to ShippingWatch, in which the group denies having broken the law.

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