Brown & Root Awarded Feasibility Study Contract For Chevron Offshore Unit

Brown & Root International, Inc.

has been awarded a contract for engineering feasibility studies related to the development of Chevron U.S.A. Inc.'s Rocky Point Unit drilling and production platform offshore California.

Chevron and partners Phillips Petroleum and Champlin Oil are considering installation of a fixed platform in 300 feet of water offshore Point Arguello. The platform would be designed to support drilling and production of oil and gas.

Brown & Root will perform the conceptual studies from its engineering office at San Ramon, Calif.

As the home of Brown & Root's West Coast design operations, the San Ramon facility also serves as the base for power generation, petroleum and chemical, and other land-based industrial engineering services.

Brown & Root International is a subsidiary of Brown & Root, Inc. of Houston, a Halliburton company.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 15,  Sep 15, 1985 Allen Center

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