Press Release

Stolt-Nielsen S.A. Announces Two Appointments to its Recently Formed Gas Division

London, England - September 10, 2007 - Stolt-Nielsen S.A. (Oslo B?rs: SNI) today announced the appointment of Christian Andersen and Espen Karlstr?m to the positions of President and Executive Vice President respectively of Stolt-Nielsen Gas AS. 
Christian Andersen has spent the last five years heading up the LNG business for BW Gas ASA.  Prior to this Andersen spent 14 years at Fearnleys, as a shipbroker in the LPG department and three years as a trader and founding partner in Amanda LPG Trading.  Andersen holds a Master of Business and Marketing from Oslo Business School.
Espen Karlstr?m has spent the last six years heading up the LPG business for BW Gas ASA.  Prior to this, Karlstr?m was a shipbroker in the LPG department of Lorentzen Stemoco for eight years, where he held the position of Head of LPG department.  Karlstr?m is a graduate of the Norwegian School of Business (BI) and also studied business and administration at the University of Freiburg, Switzerland.
These two appointments follow on from the announcement on August 16, 2007 that
Stolt-Nielsen have formed Stolt-Nielsen Gas Ltd to explore opportunities in the liquefied Petroleum Gas logistics business.
For further information:
Andrew Hayes/Blanaid Colley
Hudson Sandler
UK +44 (0) 20 7796 4133
Jan Chr. Engelhardtsen
UK +44 (0) 20 7611 8972
About Stolt-Nielsen S.A.
Stolt-Nielsen S.A. (the "Company") is one of the world's leading providers of transportation services for bulk liquid chemicals, edible oils, acids, and other specialty liquids.  The Company, through the parcel tanker, tank container, terminal, rail and barge services of its wholly-owned subsidiary Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group, provides integrated transportation for its customers.  Stolt Sea Farm, wholly owned by the Company, produces and markets high quality turbot, sturgeon and caviar.
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