1869

Thomas Fearnley

Thomas Fearnley (1841-1927) establishes a shipping & agency business in Oslo.

1878

Express

Sail ship “Express” used by famous explorer A. E. Nordenskiöld to discover the Northeast Passage.

1885

Minister of Labour

Hans Rasmus Astrup (1831-1898) becomes Norway’s Minister of Labour.

1830s

Tanker Brokerage Office

Fearnley opens tanker brokerage office.

1960s

New operations

Fearnley establishes LNG shipping and chartering operations

1972

Sole owner

Current owner, H.R. Astrup, becomes sole owner.

1973

New companies

Fearnley Offshore & Fearnley Offshore Supply founded.

1981

New company

Fearnley Project Finance AS established in Oslo.

1987

Securities

Fearnley Securities AS established in Oslo.

2012

Museum

Opening of the new Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art.

2014

Foundation

Ownership of the Astrup Fearnley Group transferred
to the “Hans Rasmus Astrup Foundation.

Our Ethics

Fearnley Offshore has a strict company policy, ethical guidelines and certification by Trace regarding ethical conduct
and compliance with all applicable anti-bribery laws including the Norwegian bribery provisions in the Penal Code,
the UK Bribery Act and the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

Our Research

To further support our clients, Fearnley Offshore has developed a unique database combining 45 years of MODU research and data.

Our People

With nearly 200 years of combined experience, our team at Fearnley Offshore maintains an extensive range of prevailing knowledge in all aspects of the offshore industry.