Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has inked a letter of intent with Malaysia's tanker owner AET to build four 320,000 dwt crude carriers.
At a ceremony held on 22 June 2010 at the Tsuneishi shipyard in Japan, AET celebrated the naming and delivery of its 53rd aframax tanker, 'Eagle Kangar'.
What is claimed to be the first purpose-built lightering support vessel (LSV) has joined the AET Offshore fleet. ‘AET Innovator’ is intended to streamline ship-to-ship fuel transfers in the US Gulf.
US Gulf llightering support services provider AET says that following the entry into service of its first purpose-built LSV in October 2011, it will take delivery of two similar newbuildings in April and June.
Petroleum tanker operator AET has formally committed to the MPA Green Shipping Programme. President and CEO, Hor Weng Yew, signed-up to the initiative at a Singapore bunkering conference, SIBCON.
Portugese shiprepair company, Lisnave, has received its 100th tanker project, the 'Eagle Turin', owned by Malaysian tanker operator, AET.
Global petroleum tanker operator, AET, has taken delivery of a second eco-design VLCC built at Korea’s DSME Shipyard, that is fully compliant with the IMO Ballast Water Management Convention.
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