ANTWERP, Belgium, 5 April 2015 – Euronav NV (NYSE: EURN & Euronext: EURN) (“Euronav” or the “Company”) today published its annual report for the year 2015 as required under Belgian law applicable to companies listed on Euronext Brussels (the “Annual Report”). The Annual Report is available on the Company’s website at www.euronav.com.
The Company is also subject to the reporting requirements of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) governing foreign companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange. A U.S. annual report on Form 20-F (the “U.S. Annual Report”) for the year 2015 was also filed today with the SEC.
The U.S. Annual Report can be downloaded from the Company’s website (www.euronav.com) under the heading Investors / Company News & Reports / SEC Filings or from the SEC’s website (www.sec.gov) as of 5 April 2016. Printed copies of the complete audited financial statements contained in the U.S. Annual Report can be requested free of charge from the Company at its registered office De Gerlachekaai 20, 2000 Antwerp, Belgium or via e-mail at IR@euronav.com or by telephone +32-3-247-44-11.
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Euronav is an independent tanker company engaged in the ocean transportation and storage of crude oil and petroleum products. The Company is headquartered in Antwerp, Belgium, and has offices throughout Europe and Asia. Euronav is listed on Euronext Brussels and on the NYSE under the symbol EURN. Euronav employs its fleet both on the spot and period market. VLCCs on the spot market are traded in the Tankers International pool of which Euronav is one of the major partners. Euronav’s owned and operated fleet consists of 55 double hulled vessels being one V-Plus vessel, 29 VLCCs (of which 1 in 50%-50% joint venture), one VLCC under construction which were recently acquired as resales of existing newbuilding contracts, 22 Suezmaxes (of which four are owned in 50%-50% joint ventures) and two FSO vessels (both owned in 50%-50% joint venture). The Company’s vessels mainly fly Belgian, Greek, French and Marshall Island flags.