Flex LNG CEO on US investors returning to shipping: Market cannot become too hot

To Øystein Kalleklev, CEO of Flex LNG, it’s a good thing that US investors are returning to shipping as long as conditions do not become too upheated. A ”Goldilocks” situation is desirable, he says.

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US investors are once again showing interest in the shipping market, and Øystein Kalleklev, CEO of Flex LNG, sees several positives about the fact that Americans are reopening their investment pockets after a reluctant period.

However, the chief exec would prefer if the US investor return does not make the market ”too hot.”

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