South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has delivered Eagle Paulinia to AET Tankers, a petroleum logistics unit of Malaysian power logistics group MISC Berhad.
The dynamic positioning (DP2) shuttle tanker is a part of a collection of 4 vessels, purpose-built for long-term constitution to Brazilian oil and fuel main Petrobras.
AET mentioned that the ship was delivered to Petrobras on July 24, and is now en-route to Rio de Janeiro to start her duties.
The shuttle tanker will likely be becoming a member of her sister vessel, Eagle Petrolina and the 2 DPSTs the corporate is at the moment working within the Brazilian Basin.
The 4 152,000 DWT vessels have been constructed to Petrobras’ technical necessities for DP2 shuttle tankers in a collaboration with SHI, DNV-GL, and Eaglestar and will likely be in full compliance with IMO NOx Tier three and SOx emission necessities, AET mentioned.
Each vessel is provided with electrical pushed cargo pumps for enhanced gas effectivity, excessive energy thrusters and are totally able to working in climate circumstances anticipated for his or her class.
“AET along with the Eaglestar and Samsung Heavy Industries groups took additional well being and security precautions given the pandemic state of affairs to make sure the secure and profitable building and deliveries,” AET mentioned.
“These second-generation DP2 shuttle tankers are a testomony to AET’s continued dedication to high-quality and eco-responsible operations.”
AET at the moment operates eight DP2 shuttle tankers and has an extra 9 shuttle tankers below building to be delivered between 2020 to 2022.
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