Eagle Paulinia was successfully delivered to Petrobras on 24 July 2020 at 1500 hours (Singapore local time) and is now en-route to Rio de Janeiro to commence her duties. She will be joining her sister vessel, Eagle Petrolina and the two DPSTs AET is currently operating in the Brazilian Basin.
Eagle Petrolina and Eagle Paulinia were constructed in South Korea. AET together with the Eaglestar and Samsung Heavy Industries teams took extra health and safety precautions given the pandemic situation to ensure the safe and successful construction and deliveries.
Watch the video to learn more about the remarkable construction of these DP2 shuttle tankers from model testing, keel laying to giga block assembly. These second generation DP2 shuttle tankers are testament to AET’s continued commitment to high-quality and eco-responsible operations.
AET currently operates eight DP2 shuttle tankers (including Eagle Petrolina and Eagle Paulinia) and has a further nine shuttle tankers under construction to be delivered between 2020 to 2022.