Battle over three board seats may determine Euronav-Frontline merger

Thursday’s board election at tanker operator Euronav may determine the fate of the large-scale merger with Frontline. The newly elected board will have to reconfirm the merger, states Euronav CEO to ShippingWatch.

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In three days, it will begin.

It’s usually a pretty uneventful, almost sleep-inducing affair with a statement by the chairman, approval of the annual report, proposal on dividends and remuneration report.

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