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Port of Hamburg has announced positive results for 2016, boosted by a strong second half of the year. 

Singapore-listed ASL Marine has asked to delay announcing its first quarter results and agm as it seeks to finalise new funding arrangements.

Struggling Singapore offshore group Swiber Holdings has been granted extra time to file its second quarter results by the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

Malaysian oil and gas (O&G) services company, SapuraKencana Petroleum (SapKen) like many other firms in the sector has taken the medicine of making prudent provisions on impairment of assets affected by weak oil prices.

Sovcomflot (SCF) booked $354.5m in profit in 2015, a year-on-year increase of more than four-fold compared to $83.9m in 2014.

Tanker operator Euronav booked a $350m profit in 2015, its best since 2008, in what ceo Paddy Rodgers described as a “landmark year”.

Gener8 Maritime, the tanker company formed by the merger of General Maritime Corp (Genmar) with pool operator Navig8 Group just over a year ago, reported $155.5m of adjusted net income in 2015 of which $50.1m was achieved in the soaring market of Q4.

Höegh LNG has received $223m commitments for 65% bank financing of its latest FSRU, #7, slated for delivery in Q1 2017, as it focuses on the sector.

Reporting fourth quarter losses of NOK161.1m ($18.6m), North Sea operator Rem Offshore warns of a bad market in the sector for years to come.

Nordic American Tankers (NAT) has reported profits of $114.6m in 2015, together with operating cash flow up 16% year-on-year to $212m, the strongest result in the company’s 12-year history.  

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