Stolt-Nielsen Purchased 5,400 of its Common Shares

Wednesday, November 15, 2006
Stolt-Nielsen S.A. announces that Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group Ltd. (SNTG), a 100% owned subsidiary of SNSA, purchased today 5,400 of SNSA Common Shares on the Oslo Børs at an average price of NOK 190.57 per share (approximately $29.69 at the current exchange rate). The shares were purchased in accordance with the repurchase program announced on August 25, 2005, authorizing Company to purchase up to $200 million worth of its Common Shares or related American Depositary Shares. Accordingly, in conformity with applicable Oslo Børs requirements, we report that Stolt-Nielsen S.A., through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group Ltd., after this transaction has the following ownership (in the aggregate) in Stolt-Nielsen S.A., whose Common Shares are secondarily listed on the Oslo Børs with primary listing (through ADS arrangements) in the United States: Total number of Common Shares purchased: 5,400 Total number of Common Shares owned after purchase: 6,166,450 Percentage of issued shares of such class of shares following such purchase: 9.3% Including today's purchases, the Company has purchased Common Shares totaling approximately $179.2 million under the $200 million repurchase program announced on August 25, 2005. All Common Shares purchased by SNTG are classified as non-voting shares held in Treasury and issued but not outstanding.
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