Teekay Looks to Expand Shuttle Tanker Fleet

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

According to an April 19 report from Bloomberg, Teekay Corp., a Hamilton, Bermuda- based owner of oil tankers, will expand its fleet serving in Brazil to take advantage of the country’s rising offshore oil production. The company has 11 shuttle tankers in Brazil and operates 35 of the tankers globally through its subsidiary Teekay Offshore Partners LP.

(Source: Bloomberg)
 


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