Seamar Announces Successful Completion of ATPs Platform Removal Campaign
HOUSTON (December 2010) - Seamar, a leading provider of subsea construction and inspection services to the domestic and international oil and gas industry operating at water depths up to 300 ft., announced today the completion of ATPs West Cameron 143, 194 and 284 platform removals . Serving as ATPs prime contractor, the successful turnkey operation introduces Seamar as a cost-effective subsea service provider in the expanding decommissioning market.
We have the experience, resources and the resolve to aggressively go after these extensive decommissioning projects from independent operators like ATP, said Eloy Anaya, President/CEO of Seamar Divers International. Our 15 years of experience as decommissioning specialists has prepared us to accept the responsibility for entire projects without having to nickel and dime our customers to death. ATP recognized the value in our philosophy and we look forward to assisting them and other operators seeking value-conscious, non-traditional decommissioning partners they can trust.
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Seamar is an independently and minorority-owned subsea and fabrication service provider to the domestic and international oil and gas industry operating at water depths less than 300 feet. With over 200 highly-qualified offshore personnel, an expanding vessel fleet and an experienced project management staff, Seamars core capabilities include subsea construction and fabrication services to the major, independent and integrated oil and gas operators. Seamars subsidiary companies include Seamar Divers Mexico, a subsea construction company based in Cuidad del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico and Seamar Fabrication, LLC, an onshore fabrication and offshore construction company based in Houston, Texas.
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