MEMORANDUMS OF AGREEMENT

AET has entered into Memorandums of Agreement (MOA) with Maersk Tankers for the sale of its seven A-class vessels which will take place between now and Q1 2020. The decision...

24 September 2019

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A new look for a new era

We are pleased to announce that we have launched a brand new website, which has been designed to reflect AET's sustainability agenda. As a responsible tanker owner and operator with...

07 August 2019

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Annual Review now available online

We are pleased to share that AET’s Annual Review has been published and can be viewed in digital format on our new website. The report details key developments for AET throughout...

07 August 2019

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Championing diversity

According to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), currently women represent only 2% of the world’s 1.2 million seafarers. What’s more, 94% of female seafarers work in the cruise industry. It...

07 August 2019

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MISC Group at Nor-Shipping 2019

As one of the most important and well-attended trade events on the maritime industry calendar, this year’s Nor-Shipping Conference and Exhibition promises to be a busy and insightful few days...

14 May 2019

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First LNG bunkering of Dual-Fuel Aframaxes

In an exciting next step, we have successfully completed the first LNG bunkering of our recently delivered LNG Dual-Fuel Aframaxes Eagle Brasilia and Eagle Bintulu, two of the world’s pioneering LNG...

14 May 2019

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AET celebrates its 25th Anniversary

  This year, AET marks a significant milestone in our history as a tanker owner and operator – we celebrate 25 years of service to our global partners and customers....

14 May 2019

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Taking stock of our sustainability journey

2018 was a very busy and particularly successful year for AET, despite very difficult market conditions. As an organisation, we passed some major milestones, achieved several industry-first’s, cemented our positive...

20 February 2019

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Looking beyond the horizon

At AET, we were early to begin our preparations for the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 2020 0.5% sulphur emissions control requirements, starting when the regulation was still in the discussion...

20 February 2019

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