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Halter Marine and Offshore mate in the past 12 months has been pos- companies in 46 cities across 24 coun- drillship projects in recent weeks, we itive. “One of the ships at our facility at tries. have maintained full utilization of our the Port of Pensacola is the LPV, owned “Despite the many challenges facing drydock to support major repair work by Blue Origin. Although we can’t get our industry, we have continued success aboard dredges,” he said. “In addition, into specific details of this project, we in delivering on major projects for our our team has provided offsite support in are extremely fortunate to have Blue customers,” said Spencer Zeigler, Di- modifying a large dry dock to support in

Origin here. The work includes, steel, rector of Business Development. “With salvage operations.” pipe, machinery and electrical upgrades nearly 100% drydock utilization, we The recently delivered projects were and alterations.” continue to provide exceptional support two large drillship conversion proj-

An exciting recent project he could dis- for customers, with no expectations to ects for Diamond Offshore, as both the cuss in detail was the contract recently slow down over the coming year.” Ocean Blackhornet, and Ocean Black- awarded by Mare Island Dry Dock, LLC “Having recently completed success- lion were modified to support existing (MIDD) in Vallejo, CA. “We are going ful on time delivery of two simultaneous contracts, working in the GOM.

to send a significant team for about two months to complete major steel work aboard the USS Emory Land,” said Ber- glund. “We are grateful for this opportu- nity from MIDD. This is an example of one of our new revenue streams. We are also continuing our riding teams working in the GOM, West Coast and even off- shore in Guyana.”

STE Halter Marine & Offshore

ST Engineering Halter Marine and

Offshore (Halter Marine and Offshore) provides services for ships, drilling rigs and other marine vessels within the Gulf of Mexico and beyond, providing dry- docking, upgrades, repair, conversion, major fabrication, new construction and on-location or in-transit offshore service teams. Headquartered in Pascagoula,

Mississippi, Halter Marine and Offshore is an affiliate to VT Halter Marine, and a subsidiary of Singapore Technolo- gies Engineering Ltd., a company with 23,000 employees worldwide, and more than 100 subsidiaries and associated 35

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