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Avance: We can manage without Dorian

“Dorian is one of many candidates. It would be great to get them on board, but if it doesn’t happen, we will manage,” CEO Christian Andersen tells Shippingwatch.

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In the new opera area in Oslo, Avance Gas is housed in the same building as Stolt-Nielsen from which it has borrowed a conference room for the day – a room covered in red rugs on light-wooded floors and walls lined with gold-framed paintings of what looks like 19th century ships.

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