OIS Wins Semi Reactivation Contract

Monday, January 30, 2006
In early 2005, Transocean Inc selected Mobile, Alabama based Offshore-Inland Marine & Oilfield Services Inc (OIS) to perform the re-activations of semis Falcon 100 and Amirante. Transocean has now designated OIS as the prime contractor for the re-activation of the Semi C. Kirk Rhein.

The ongoing topside services provided by OIS include steel fabrication and renewals, piping and tubing replacement, electrical repairs, mechanical component replacement and deck crane repairs.

In addition to services provided to Transocean in Mobile, OIS has numerous teams offshore providing service for other Transocean rigs as well as for Noble Corporation, Diamond Offshore Drilling, GlobalSantaFe Corporation, and Cal Dive International. OIS offers a strategic service connection supporting existing marine and offshore assets.

Additional applications for OIS’ service are Dredging Operations, Pipe Laying Barges, Offshore Drilling Rigs, and the various Cargo Vessels. Individual items might include Offshore Cranes, Mooring systems, Annual Crane Inspections and Reports, Design and Refurbishment of Hydraulic equipment or Entire systems, ABS approved Riser Tensioner refurbishment, Design, Manufacture and Installation of Special Equipment and many more.

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