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Tankers

Lagos: Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Company (NLNG) agreed with two banks to secure $1.6bn in funding for six LNG carriers.
Dubai: Gulf Energy Maritime (GEM) has taken delivery of its second aframax product tanker, Gulf Valour, two months after receiving its first, Gulf Vision. The 114,700 dwt vessels, each capable…
Brussels: Exmar and Teekay LNG Partners have successfully closed their 50/50 LPG joint venture and announced and order of up to eight midsize gas carriers with Hanjin Heavy Industries Corporation…
Oslo: A slight seasonal uptick in Q4 charter rates was not enough to reverse the fortunes of Odfjell as their net losses for 2012 hit $111m.
Oslo: John Fredriksen’s Frontline has inked for two aframax tankers Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI).
London: Shipowners operating off West Africa need to be “extremely careful” employing armed guards, the North P&I Club says.
Brussels: Exmar reports increased demand in LNG from Asian countries, predicting sustained high demand over the course of 2013, indicating a "ramping up of activities" in the early part of…
Tokyo: One of the world's largest shipowners Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) plans to cut 50 dry bulkers and 20 tankers from its 250 strong fleet by 30 March 2014.
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