Scorpio Tankers betting even harder on MR

Scorpio Tankers has changed a deal with South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard, informs the carrier. One segment in particular stands out.

A newbuilding agreement turned out to not be completely right for Scorpio Tankers. In any case, the carrier has made changes to its contract with South Korean builder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard, informs Robert Bugbee's tanker carrier in an update on the company's investment plan.

Scorpio Tankers thus now has four MR product tanker vessels for around USD 34.5 million a piece on order at the yard, with an option for ten more, with fixed prices and delivery dates. The four ships will be delivered in the first and second quarter 2017, according to the update.

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