A modern and environmental friendly chemical/product tanker fleet

Our clients value us as their
reliable and preferred partner

Vision

The Preferred Partner

We aim to create value for our customers, employees, and investors based on running an effective and profitable business.

Mission

The Reliable Partner

We aim to provide safe, reliable, and effective tanker transportation by purusing the highest quality, safety, and environmental standards.

Sigmund Stenersen
Managing Director
Our values

Hands-on

We believe that the best results are achieved through know-how, active involvement and curiosity

Our values

Caring

We believe that respect and commitment creates long term values.

Our values

Responsible

We believe that being reliable is an effect of our integrity and accountability.

Our story

From the small island Bømlo – to world wide trade

Olemann was the company's first vessel used for serving customers on the west coast of Norway

Rederiet Stenersen AS was incorporated in 1974 by Birger and Sigmund Stenersen. However, the Stenersen family was at the time no novices to shipping, having been involved in coastal freight trade for several years.

Originating from the island of Bømlo on the South Western coast of Norway, the Stenersen family, like many other families in the area, were running a mixed household of farming and coastal shipping.

Still, it was after Birger and Sigmund moved to Bergen the growth of the company accelerated and since the foundation in 1974 Rederiet Stenersen AS has had owning interests in and managed some 30 odd vessels ranging from smaller coasters up to handy size bulkers engaged in world wide trade.

In 1987 Rederiet Stenersen AS was awarded a 10 year time charter contract with Norsk Hydro. Rederiet Stenersen then ordered the 15 000 dwt tanker «Trelsi», which was delivered in 1991. In the late 80s/early 90s Rederiet Stenersen expanded its fleet by acquiring second hand bulkers and container vessels which were all subject to trading under time charter parties. In 1996 the company was again awarded a 5+5 year time charter party with Norsk Hydro and ordered the MT «Dicksi» at Qiu-Xin Shipyard in China. Later the same year the company was awarded two more long term charter contracts for Statoil and ordered the two sister vessels «Sten Odin» and «Sten Tor» from Jiangnan Shipyard in China.

With the new orders from Norsk Hydro and Statoil - now Navion - it was strategically decided to dispose of all other shipping interests than that of tankers and focus on this segment.

Over the past years the number of new tanker vessels ordered by and under the operation of Rederiet Stenersen AS has increased and today the company commands a fleet of 18 purpose built chemical/product carriers ranging from 13-19 000 dwt,

Rederiet Stenersen AS was incorporated

Rederiet Stenersen AS was incorporated in 1974 by the brothers Birger and Sigmund Stenersen. The brothers from the small island of Bømlo was at the time no novices to shipping - having been involved in coastal freight trade for several years.

1974

First tanker

Rederiet Stenersen aquires the first tank vessel. In 1991, Stenersen agreed a 10-year time charter contract for the 15 000 dwt tanker Trelsi.

1987

Long term time charters

Rederiet Stenersen aquires more tankers. The good results and performance shown with Trelsi lead to a renewed contract including an additional vessel, Dicksi for a long term charter party agreement.

Later in 1996, Stenersen also made a new agreement - which lead to Stenersen ordering two additional sister vessel Sten Odin and Sten Tor from Jiangnan Shipyard in China.

1996

New direction

The success in the tanker segment lead to changes in the overall strategy at Stenersen. In 2000, management in Stenersen decided that tank should be the core-business and started to sell out non-tank vessels.

2000

Pure tank

Rederiet Stenersen AS completed the sell-off of non-tankers and is now a pure tank company with the vessels; Stenstraum, Trelsi, Dicksi, Sten Odin and Sten Tor.

2002

Idun-Series (SK5054)

Sten Idun, Stenheim, and Stenberg is being built in Jiangnan Shipbuilding in China. Sten Idun is delivered end of 2002 as the first vessel of the Idun-series.

2002

Skagen-series (SK4056)

Skagen-series have been developed. Sten Skagen and Sten Fjell, with Sten Skagen being delivered from Jiangnan Shipbuilding in 2009.

2009

First hybrid tanker

Stenersen builds next generation hybrid tankers with an innovative, efficient hull form design for reduced emissions. Sten Odin, delivered in 2018 was among the first tanker vessel with battery packs to take peak-loads, reduce use of generators, and enhance operational safety.

2018
Our fleet

An environmentally
friendly fleet

Stenersen owns a fleet of 20 chemical/product tankers ranging in size from 13 - 18 500 dwt. All vessels are deployed mainly in North European trade and equipped at the highest standard in order to meet the customers requirement and the harsh conditions of North Europe trade.

Fleet list
SK5054 Class
Sten Idun
Sten Idun

Call sign: ZDFM5

IMO nr: 9261102

Built: 2002

Flag: GIB

DWT: 16613

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Stenheim
Stenheim

Call sign: ZDFR8

IMO nr: 9261114

Built: 2003

Flag: GIB

DWT: 16614

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Stenberg
Stenberg

Call sign: LAOK8

IMO nr: 9283978

Built: 2003

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16626

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,2

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Sten Baltic
Sten Baltic

Call sign: LADY6

IMO nr: 9307671

Built: 2005

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16607

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Aurora
Sten Aurora

Call sign: LAKI6

IMO nr: 9318565

Built: 2007

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16659

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Triton
Sten Triton

Call sign: OVXR2

IMO nr: 9322695

Built: 2007

Flag: Denmark

DWT: 16565

Ice class: 1A

GRT: 12105

LOA: 144,18

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Poseidon
Sten Poseidon

Call sign: OXGY2

IMO nr: 9322700

Built: 2007

Flag: Denmark

DWT: 16534

Ice class: 1A

GRT: 12105

LOA: 144,18

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Neptun
Sten Neptun

Call sign: OXHE2

IMO nr: 9322712

Built: 2007

Flag: Denmark

DWT: 16534

Ice class: 1A

GRT: 12105

LOA: 144,18

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Pontos
Sten Pontos

Call sign: OXHH2

IMO nr: 9323584

Built: 2007

Flag: Denmark

DWT: 16468

Ice class: 1A

GRT: 12105

LOA: 144,18

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Moster
Sten Moster

Call sign: LAOW8

IMO nr: 9341184

Built: 2006

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16670

GRT: 11943

LOA: 144,1

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Nordic
Sten Nordic

Call sign: LAEY6

IMO nr: 9351567

Built: 2005

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16657

GRT: 11943

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Hidra
Sten Hidra

Call sign: LAJX6

IMO nr: 9358931

Built: 2007

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16670

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,12

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Arnold
Sten Arnold

Call sign: ZDIB2

IMO nr: 9371610

Built: 2008

Flag: GIB

DWT: 16578

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Sten Soumi
Sten Soumi

Call sign: LADP7

IMO nr: 9378723

Built: 2008

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16619

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,1

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Bothnia
Sten Bothnia

Call sign: LAEF7

IMO nr: 9378735

Built: 2008

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16611

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,35

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Frigg
Sten Frigg

Call sign: LAOJ8

IMO nr: 9407976

Built: 2009

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16587

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,35

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Bergen
Sten Bergen

Call sign: LAOY8

IMO nr: 9407988

Built: 2009

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16655

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

SK4056 Class
Sten Skagen
Sten Skagen

Call sign: ZDJF5

IMO nr: 9460239

Built: 2009

Flag: GIB

DWT: 18531

GRT: 13283

LOA: 148,7

Beam: 23,7

Draft: 9,25

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Sten Fjell
Sten Fjell

Call sign: ZDJF5

IMO nr: 9460241

Built: 2010

Flag: GIB

DWT: 18561

GRT: 13283

LOA: 148,7

Beam: 23,7

Draft: 9,25

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

SK4083 Class
Stenstraum
Stenstraum

Call sign: ZDEN8

IMO nr: 9787394

Built: 2001

Flag: GIB

DWT: 13677

GRT: 8882

LOA: 145,30

Beam: 20,8

Draft: 8,45

Segregations 14

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Fleet list
SK5054 Class
SK4056 Class
SK4083 Class
Sten Idun
Sten Idun

Call sign: ZDFM5

IMO nr: 9261102

Built: 2002

Flag: GIB

DWT: 16613

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Stenheim
Stenheim

Call sign: ZDFR8

IMO nr: 9261114

Built: 2003

Flag: GIB

DWT: 16614

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Stenberg
Stenberg

Call sign: LAOK8

IMO nr: 9283978

Built: 2003

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16626

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,2

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Sten Baltic
Sten Baltic

Call sign: LADY6

IMO nr: 9307671

Built: 2005

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16607

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Aurora
Sten Aurora

Call sign: LAKI6

IMO nr: 9318565

Built: 2007

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16659

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Triton
Sten Triton

Call sign: OVXR2

IMO nr: 9322695

Built: 2007

Flag: Denmark

DWT: 16565

Ice class: 1A

GRT: 12105

LOA: 144,18

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Poseidon
Sten Poseidon

Call sign: OXGY2

IMO nr: 9322700

Built: 2007

Flag: Denmark

DWT: 16534

Ice class: 1A

GRT: 12105

LOA: 144,18

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Neptun
Sten Neptun

Call sign: OXHE2

IMO nr: 9322712

Built: 2007

Flag: Denmark

DWT: 16534

Ice class: 1A

GRT: 12105

LOA: 144,18

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Pontos
Sten Pontos

Call sign: OXHH2

IMO nr: 9323584

Built: 2007

Flag: Denmark

DWT: 16468

Ice class: 1A

GRT: 12105

LOA: 144,18

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Moster
Sten Moster

Call sign: LAOW8

IMO nr: 9341184

Built: 2006

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16670

GRT: 11943

LOA: 144,1

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Nordic
Sten Nordic

Call sign: LAEY6

IMO nr: 9351567

Built: 2005

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16657

GRT: 11943

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Hidra
Sten Hidra

Call sign: LAJX6

IMO nr: 9358931

Built: 2007

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16670

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,12

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Arnold
Sten Arnold

Call sign: ZDIB2

IMO nr: 9371610

Built: 2008

Flag: GIB

DWT: 16578

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Sten Soumi
Sten Soumi

Call sign: LADP7

IMO nr: 9378723

Built: 2008

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16619

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,1

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Bothnia
Sten Bothnia

Call sign: LAEF7

IMO nr: 9378735

Built: 2008

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16611

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,35

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Frigg
Sten Frigg

Call sign: LAOJ8

IMO nr: 9407976

Built: 2009

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16587

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,35

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Bergen
Sten Bergen

Call sign: LAOY8

IMO nr: 9407988

Built: 2009

Flag: NIS

DWT: 16655

GRT: 11935

LOA: 144,05

Beam: 23

Draft: 8,9

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Marineline

Sten Skagen
Sten Skagen

Call sign: ZDJF5

IMO nr: 9460239

Built: 2009

Flag: GIB

DWT: 18531

GRT: 13283

LOA: 148,7

Beam: 23,7

Draft: 9,25

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Sten Fjell
Sten Fjell

Call sign: ZDJF5

IMO nr: 9460241

Built: 2010

Flag: GIB

DWT: 18561

GRT: 13283

LOA: 148,7

Beam: 23,7

Draft: 9,25

Segregations 8

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

Stenstraum
Stenstraum

Call sign: ZDEN8

IMO nr: 9787394

Built: 2001

Flag: GIB

DWT: 13677

GRT: 8882

LOA: 145,30

Beam: 20,8

Draft: 8,45

Segregations 14

Ice class: 1A

Coating: Epoxy

People

Skilled and experienced
management and staff

Sigve Stenersen
Chief Executive Officer

John Stenersen
Director Ship Management

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Sustainability

Stenersen fully supports all the United Nations sustainable development goals, but we recognise that in order to make a real impact we have to choose the areas where the effect of our contribution is the greatest. That is why we have started by choosing 4 core goals that we are actively contributing towards and seek to fully implement into our day-to-day operation.

We have incorporated 4 core UN Sustainable development goals in to our overall strategy, but our long-term objective is to have no negative impact on any of the sustainable development goals and have an increasing amount of positive contributions towards all 17 UN Sustainable development goals.

Rederiet Stenersen overall goal is zero loss of life or personnel injuries, zero harm to the environment, and zero damages to assets or third party property.

The UN's sustainable development goals – We support the UN SDGs for a better future

Sigmund Stenersen
Managing Director

Stenersen fully supports all the United Nations sustainable development goals, but we recognise that in order to make a real impact we have to choose the areas where the effect of our contribution is the greatest. That is why we have started by choosing 4 core goals that we will positively contribute towards and fully implement into our day-to-day operation.

We have incorporated 4 core UN Sustainable development goals in to our overall strategy but our long-term objective is to have no negative impact on any of the sustainable development goals and have an increasing amount of positive contributions towards all 17 UN Sustainable development goals.

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SDG 5

Sustainable Development Goal 5

Gender Equality

International shipping is male-dominated industry, but when we are looking for new colleagues – we do not consider gender but rather the knowledge, skills, and attitude of the candidate. We believe we are contributing to UN SDG 5: Gender Equality by ensuring all employees receive pay based on qualifications regardless of gender.

In Stenersen women and men have the same opportunities, both on board and ashore. We are actively trying to include more females in our selection processes and increase our share of female on board.

SDG 7

Sustainable Development Goal 7

Affordable and clean energy

United Nations SDG 7: Affordable and clean energy aims to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all.

To contribute to this goal, our main objective is to provide environmentally- and climate-friendly shipping services for distributing renewable energy. We are continuously working to increase the energy efficiency of all parts of our operation, both ashore and at sea, and increase the share of renewable energy sources in our fleet; such as biofuels, hydrogen, solar, and wind.

SDG 13

Sustainable Development Goal 13

Climate action

The world calls for urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts, which is the main purpose of UN SDG 13: Climate Action. IMO is developing measures to reduce GHG emissions from international shipping by regulations such as Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) and Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI / EEXI).

In general, we have a two-fold approach to climate action; reduce the GHG emissions from our current fleet by increasing the energy efficiency, seeking partners who focus on improved operational logistics, and finding alternative fuels which may be used without significant retrofits. and, for new build projects, we focus on low- or zero-carbon ships and the pathway to net-zero – but our overall objective is to positively contribute to the IMO trajectory.

By offering an environmentally- and climate-friendly fleet, we enable the transfer of transport work from road to sea increasing the overall efficiency in the transport sector.

SDG 14

Sustainable Development Goal 14

Life below water

United Nations aims to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas, and marine resources for sustainable development.

As our operation takes place at sea, we feel a strong responsibility to take care of it. IMO and MARPOL are doing a fantastic job as maritime regulatory institutions, and it is a high priority at Stenersen to be in compliance with the regulations at sea.

To further increase our contribution to SDG 14 we are focussing on reducing discharges to sea, treating all ballast discharge, and using environmentally friendly chemicals in our operation. Reducing our GHG emissions will lower our contribution to ocean acidification and eutrophication.

The UN's sustainable development goals – We support the UN SDGs for a better future

Sigmund Stenersen
Managing Director
Commercial Management

Stenersen Chartering

Stenersen Chartering AS was established in 2011 and are located in Oslo, Norway. Stenersen Chartering commercially manage Rederiet Stenersen AS fleet, and can provide our customers with spot, COA’s or T/C solutions, as well as commercial management to solutions to third parties.


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Visit address
Solheimsgaten 13
N-5058 Bergen
Norway
Postbox
P.O. Box 2494 Solheimsviken
N-5824 Bergen
Norway
Phone number
+47 55 38 17 70 (Main desk)
Invoice address
All invoices to be forwarded to invoice@stenersen.com

Whistleblowing

We wish to acquire knowledge regarding information or activity that is deemed illegal, unethical, or not correct within within the organisation. We are grateful that you wish to notify us, and as a responsible employer we wish to do our best to handle the case and to prevent this from happening in the future.

As an employee in a full or part time position, as an apprentice, student or intern you have a right - and sometimes are required - to whistleblow.

With blameworthy conditions, we're referring to:

  • Breach of laws or rules
  • Breach of the organisations ethical guidelines
  • Breach of ethical norms
For more information, please visit Rederiet Stenersen AS whistleblowergate
Careers

Join us

Stenersen emphasizes the importance of quality and continuity among our officers and crew. We have recruitment offices in Norway and Manilla. The company has for many years had an extensive trainee program which has resulted in highly qualified officers and crew onboard our chemical tankers. Our manning policy emphasizes competitive conditions and possibilities for personal career development.

No vacancies for the moment. For open application, please send to crew@stenersen.com

Emergency

Rederiet Stenersen AS have mobilized the Emergency Response Organization

We are trying to verify facts and take appropriate action to get the situation under control. The Emergency Response Organization will have ongoing contact with all relevant authorities.

More information will be given below as soon as the company knows more about the event.

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