ASOP to Receive Award

Tuesday, February 07, 2006
Independent energy producer Anglo-Suisse Offshore Partners (ASOP) has been notified by the U.S. government's Mineral Management Service (MMS) that the company will receive the 2005 District Safety Award for Excellence in the New Orleans District at agency's annual MMS Industry Awards Program this coming April in Houston. ASOP, founded in 2004 by a group of experienced industry executives and investors, operates or has interests in six fields in the Outer Continental Shelf offshore Louisiana. ASOP is recipient of the top SAFE award in the Moderate category which is reserved primarily for independent producers, versus the High Activity section for large, integrated companies.

(Source: Houston Chronicle)

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