Frontline 2012: US condensate could be a game changer

The first transports of condensed crude oil from the US could mark the beginning of a major market for the tanker segment, predicts Frontline 2012 CEO Jens Martin Jensen.


The first shipment of condensed crude oil from the US, shipped from the US a few weeks ago, will not be the last. Rather the opposite, if one asks Jens Martin Jensen, the CEO of Frontline 2012 - one of the world's largest tanker carriers.

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