IFC is considering providing Samson a loan for part financing the purchase of a new Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel (AHTS), which will be deployed under contract, along the coast of India.
What does AHT stand for?
AHT stands for Anchor Handling Tug (offshore rig support vessel)
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We have 76 other meanings of AHT in our Acronym Attic
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- Adult Human Saphenous Vein Endothelial Cells
- Armoured Heavy Support Vehicle System (National Defence and the Canadian Forces; Canada)
- Abiadura Handiko Trenaren (Basque: High Speed Train)
- Acoustic Homing Torpedo
- Acute Head Trauma
- African Human Trypanosomiasis
- After Hours Trading
- Alternating Hypertropia (ophthalmology)
- American Hairless Terrier (dog breed)
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Stanford Marine's fleet is composed of DP1/DP2 (dynamic positioning) platform supply vessels, anchor handling tug supply (AHTS), anchor handling tug (AHT), fast crew boats and utility vessels and counts 40 vessels in operation as of January 2013.
Halul expects delivery of the two Anchor Handling Tug Supply (AHTS) vessels being built in Grandweld (Dubai) in May and June 2013.
It also confirmed the acquisition of Topaz Rayyan and Caspian Reliance, two Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel (AHTS).
A subsidiary of Oman-based Renaissance Services, Topaz also confirmed the acquisition of two anchor handling tug supply vessels (AHTS) namely Topaz Rayyan and Caspian Reliance for the project.
According to Weve, the Middle East has 15 per cent of the global anchor handling tug supply vessel market share, compared with the global average of six per cent.
Topaz has mobilised two Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels (AHTSV), Topaz Johor and Topaz Jurong, for an eight month contract to support operations in the Atlas, Mira and Brittania fields, offshore Nigeria, on behalf of AXXIS Petroconsultants Ltd.
The acquisitions, comprising two 5150 bhp Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels, two Anchor Handling Tugs (5150 bhp and 4000 bhp) and one 1300 dwt Platform Supply Vessel, represent the first phase of fleet expansion financed by a $100 Million term loan facility recently raised from a group of local and international relationship banks.