DHT loses contract due to delay, but gets a new deal with oil company

A ship owned by tanker operator DHT Holdings was so delayed that the customer has torn up the time-charter contract. On the other hand, DHT can be pleased with a new two-year contract with an oil company.

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DHT Holdings has lost a charter contract for one of its tanker ships, as delivery of the cargo was delayed significantly.

The canceled contract was for VLCC DHT Scandinavia and meant to run for 12 months. But the delay means that the counterparty has now terminated its contract with the listed tanker operator.

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