Last week's top stories on ShippingWatch

Developments among the major gas carriers, Danica Pension's appetite for shipping, new super-rigs for Maersk Drilling and Klaus Nyborg's appointment as interim CEO of Norden were just some of this week's top stories on ShippingWatch.

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Speculations about the future consolidation among the biggest gas carriers, which could become shipping's next big growth sector.

Tim Hansen to head Dorian LPG expansion

US LPG export to Asia benefits gas carriers

Avance Gas made USD 9.6 million in 2nd quarter


Danish Danica Pension has bought its way into Unifeeder with a USD 73.1 million investment, and more shipping investments could be underway.

Danica Pension invests USD 73.1 million in Unifeeder

Danish pension fund to invest heavily in shipping


This week Maersk Drilling put a date on when the new deepwater super-rigs will be delivered.

Maersk Drilling puts a date on new super-rigs 


Klaus Nyborg, Vice Chairman of Norden, has been appointed new interim CEO of the carrier until Norden finds a permanent replacement for Carsten Mortensen.

Klaus Nyborg looks like new Norden Chairman in 2015 

Klaus Nyborg new interim CEO of Norden 

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