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TradeWinds digests the digits making the headlines this week.
Paper chase - key figures from shipping's favourite newspaper.
2: Firm suezmax newbuildings Nordic American Tankers is thought to be plotting at Samsung Heavy Industries.
64m: Price of OMC vessels swallowed by Trafigura in a move which sees the Swiss firm exit shipowning stage right.
3: Months ACM newcomer Christopher O’Keeffe spent on gardening leave after swapping over from Braemar to join rival in the Lion Republic.
17m: Unpaid court judgment which saw a Singapore judge send Onsys Energy to the wall.
160m: Profit for John Fredriksen from his initial investment in Frontline 2012, report claims.
8m: Dollars being wired to Polembros following its lattest capesize scrap pact.
25: Fee paid by Andreas Hadjiyiannis’ Hellenic Tankers to jump on a pair of BP Shipping tankers, with two more Marco Polo ships following.
Digital digits - numbers hitting the headlines on www.tradewindsnews.com
66m:Value of coal pile stacked up by NewLead holdings as the shipowner continues to dig out a new business seam.
0.16: Significantly reduced dividend for Nordic American shareholders as it pools cash to fund expansion.
50.5m: Potentially worrying suezmax resale price benchmark set by DryShips double sale.
34.9: Percentage rise in scrapping in 2012 as new annual record is set, Clarksons says.
6: Privately owned OSV newbuildings John Fredriksen is ploughing into giant Brazilian JV between Deep Sea Supply and BTG Pactual Oil & Gas Participacoes.
297: Pirate attacks in 2012, a sharp fall from 2011 and a five year low for the industry, IMB says.
170m: Share issue in the pipeline for Hanjin Heavy Industries, a move which sent its shares crashing.
4: Participants in the FSRU market after BW order at Samsung saw it join GolaR, Hoegh and Excelerate in the sector.
11m: Final cheque for Arne Blystad from Saga Tankers as Norwegian owner cuts toes with the firm he founded in 2010.