HB Rentals Completes Venezuela Accomodations

Press Release
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Venezuela Housing Units

Offshore accommodation specialist,  HB Rentals, a Superior Energy Services company, has delivered and installed housing units and equipment onboard a rig in Guanta, Venezuela, announced Jude Primeaux, Director of Offshore Operations.

 

The project included the provision of an 11- x 36-foot fiberglass company man office and sleeper, 11- x 36-foot fiberglass office and change room, 1,500-gallon sewer treatment unit, and a 100 bbl potable water storage tank to accommodate the snubbing units’ personnel.

 

The units were mobilized from HB Rentals’ Trinidad inventory and sent to Guanta, Venezuela, where they will remain for six to twelve months. Equipment and services for this package were provided by facilities and personnel in both Trinidad and Venezuela.

 

“HB Rentals is proud to extend our global operations to Latin America; filling contracts of this magnitude in Venezuela reinforces that client relationships are seeing continued growth internationally,” said Primeaux. “Business relationships require a level of trust that we work diligently to develop and maintain.”

 

HB Rentals is the world’s largest supplier of temporary onshore and offshore accommodation modules, operating from two major global hubs in Broussard, La., and Aberdeen, Scotland.
             

Superior Energy Services, headquartered in Houston, serves the drilling, completion and production-related needs of oil and gas companies worldwide. Superior employs nearly 14,000 people in approximately 400 locations in 19 countries worldwide.   

 

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