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Increasing opportunities in Brazil

After a period with relatively low application activity, caused mainly by internal changes in Petrobras as well as low contracting activity from the Brazilian side, Export Credit Norway again experiences increased opportunities and interest for Norwegian export financing.

- We receive an increasing number of new applications from not only drilling contractors and rig owners, but also Brazilian ship owners. Right now, we are looking at the financing of building drill ships and various support and construction vessels built at Brazilian yards, says Anna Musiej Aanensen, Senior Vice President - Lending -Oil & Gas, and responsible for the Brazilian market in Export Credit Norway.

 

To read more, please visit the EksportKreditt website here.

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