The owner and operator of over 200 vessels Hafnia Limited files for listing on New York Stock Exchange alongside its existing listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

The shipowner has publicly filed a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, with the intention to make a direct listing of the company′s common shares on the New York Stock Exchange in addition to the current listing of its common shares on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE).

Hafnia said on March 27 its common shares will remain trading on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE).

It also mentioned that it will not issue any new securities in connection with the contemplated listing on the NYSE.

As it is said by Hafnia, “further information about the listing on the NYSE will be provided in due course.”

Hafnia, one of the world’s leading tanker owners, is part of the BW Group, an international shipping group involved in oil and gas transportation, floating gas infrastructure, environmental technologies, and deep-water production for over 80 years.

To remind, Hafnia had at the end of the quarter 116 owned vessels and 14 chartered-in vessels.

As it is revealed in its quarterly financial Information for the Q4 and full year 2023, the total fleet of the group comprises 9 LR2s, 35 LR1s (including three bareboat-chartered in and four time-chartered in), 62 MRs of which nine are IMO II (including 10 time-chartered in and five bareboat chartered in) and 24 handy vessels of which 18 are IMO II (including 10 bareboat-chartered in).

Last month the group exercised the purchase option on a handy vessel, “Hafnia Achroite” under the sale and lease-back arrangement with CSSC (Hong Kong) Shipping Company Limited.

Source: Hafnia.

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