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KUALA LUMPUR: MISC’s wholly owned subsidiary AET has taken delivery of the first of three Suezmax Dynamic Positioning (DP2) shuttle tankers meant for long-term charter with global oil company Shell.
The Singapore-headquartered petroleum shipping subsidiary AET said the tanker "Eagle Campos” was purpose built for charter to Brazil Shipping I Ltd, a Shell wholly owned indirect subsidiary.
In a statement today, AET, the owner and operator of marine transportation and specialised services said it is committed to moving energy in a responsible and eco-friendly way. It added that these three Suezmax DP2 tankers will operate in the international waters and Brazilian Basin as per a December 2019 Shell agreement.
"Eagle Campos, the first in this series was delivered today. It will commence operations in Brazil, joining Eagle Pilar which AET already operates there for Shell.
"Eagle Campos’ two sister vessels are currently under construction at the Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) in Ulsan, South Korea. They are due for delivery later this year,” the group said.
AET has another five DP2 shuttle tankers under construction. These will be delivered this year, bringing their global Dynamic Positioning shuttle tanker fleet to 17, with 13 operating offshore Brazil.
Global director for the fleet Captain Amit Pal said the delivery of Eagle Campos is another milestone in the group’s growing partnership with the global oil giant.
"Constructing, fulfilling the stringent tests and delivering Eagle Campos safely during an ongoing pandemic is a huge achievement and evidence of the dedication of all involved.
"For AET, this latest delivery further fortifies our global position as a leading owner and operator of these highly specialised DP shuttle tankers. Eight vessels are currently operating in the Brazilian Basin including Eagle Campos.
"Witnessing the fruition of our agreement with Shell signifies the commitment from both parties to high-quality, safe and responsible operations,” he said. - Bernama