On December 19, 2019, The US CBP announced a change in its interpretation of Section 27, which in general leaves room for expansion of the universe of items that non-US-flagged vessels may deliver to US offshore installations.
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The initial consideration, payable by Zenith on completion, will be settled through the issue of 6.7m new Zenith shares.
Recent key legal and regulatory changes in Brazil are influencing opportunities and demand in the offshore sector, the impact of which is discussed further in this article.