HORNBECK-LEEVAC Changes Name

Tuesday, June 04, 2002
HORNBECK-LEEVAC Marine Services, Inc. announced that it has changed its name to Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. The new corporate name was approved at the company's recent annual meeting of stockholders. The name of the tug and tank barge owning subsidiary, LEEVAC Marine, LLC, has also been changed to Hornbeck Offshore Transportation, LLC. The name changes are effective immediately. Todd M. Hornbeck, President and CEO remarked, "These name changes will allow us to operate under a common identity across each of our operating divisions and facilitate the markets' identification with each of our services under one name and one logo. In addition, this should address any confusion to our customers, vendors, and investors regarding the similarity in name of one of our shipyard vendors, LEEVAC Industries, LLC."
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