Hunter Sheridan Named President Of Global Marine Development Inc.

Global Marine Inc., Houston, Texas, announced that E. Hunter Sheridan has been named president of its products development subsidiary, Global Marine Development Inc.

Mr. Sheridan's previous position was vice president, drilling for Applied Drilling Technology Inc.

(ADTI), another subsidiary of Global Marine Inc., which is the leading provider of turnkey drilling services to the offshore oil and gas industry.

Prior to joining ADTI in 1982, Mr. Sheridan served for two years as president, Eagle Offshore Drilling Services; three years as president, Baylor Company; and prior to that in various management capacities for SEDCO, INC., and Penrod Drilling Company.

Global Marine Development Inc., formerly of Irvine, Calif., relocated to Houston in July of this year and is based at 777 North Eldridge, Houston, Texas. GMDI's most recent innovation, a Concrete Island Drilling System, recently began its initial three-year contract in the Alaskan Beaufort Sea. The contract is expected to generate more than $100 million in revenues for Global Marine over the three-year period.

Global Marine is a major international offshore drilling contractor with interests in oil and gas exploration and other energy-related activities.

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