DHT Holdings, Inc. announces the resignation of Carsten Mortensen and appointment of Anders Onarheim to its board of directors


HAMILTON, BERMUDA, October 3, 2018 - DHT Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:DHT) ("DHT" or the "Company") today announced that Mr. Carsten Mortensen has resigned from the Company's board of directors and that the Company has appointed Mr. Anders Onarheim to its board of directors, effective immediately, as a Class III Director with a term expiring at the Company's 2021 annual meeting of shareholders.



Mr. Anders Onarheim has more than 30 years of experience from the capital markets, both in Norway and internationally.  His experience includes 16 years at Carnegie Investment Bank in Norway, where he served as Managing Director and then CEO, as well as several years as Executive Director in the investment banking division of Goldman Sachs in London, and as Vice President of institutional sales at Merrill Lynch in New York and London.  He has held a number of board directorships within both industrial companies and investment firms.  Current directorships include North Energy ASA, Reach Subsea ASA and BW LPG.  He holds an MBA from Washington University of St. Louis where he graduated in 1986.  Mr. Onarheim is a Norwegian citizen and resident.


ABOUT DHT HOLDINGS, INC.

DHT is an independent crude oil tanker company operating a fleet of crude oil tankers in the VLCC and Aframax segments.  We operate through our integrated management companies in Oslo, Norway and Singapore.  For further information: www.dhtankers.com.



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DHT Holdings, Inc. announces sale of its three oldest VLCCs


DHT Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:DHT) ("DHT") announced that it has entered into agreement to sell its three oldest VLCCs; DHT Utah and DHT Utik, both built 2001 and DHT Eagle built 2002 to one buyer for a total price of $66.5 million. About $33.5 million of bank debt will be repaid in connection with the sale of the three vessels.

The Company expects to deliver the DHT Utah and DHT Eagle to its new owner before end of 2017 and the DHT Utik in January 2018. 


The Company will record a book loss of about $3.5 million in the fourth quarter of 2017 in connection with the sale.  The loss is primarily related to the DHT Eagle. Subsequent to the sale, the average age of DHT's fleet of VLCCs is 6.1 years.

 

The sale is in accordance with the company's fleet renewal strategy. DHT enjoys a strong position with its robust balance sheet, high quality fleet, best-in-class cash break-even levels, competitive cost structure and attractive time charter contracts.

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