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Fredriksen will acquire Norwegian gas carrier

John Fredriksen's investment company Geveran Trading has purchased additional shares in Norwegian Flex LNG and now owns 42,32 pct. Fredriksen aims to acquire all shares in the carrier, says Flex LNG in a brief to the stock exchange.

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John Fredriksen is growing his stake in Norwegian gas carrier Flex LNG and has, through investment company Geveran Trading, acquired 12,7 million shares in the carrier, says Flex LNG in a brief to the stock exchange on Friday.

According to the management, Geveran Trading will in the near future make an obligatory bid for all the shares in Flex LNG.

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