Superior Relocates Two Louisiana Facilities

Tuesday, July 14, 2009
From left to right: Bridget Patterson, Catina Guidry, Candace Landry, Michelle Breaux, Edna D. Lopez, Sarah Schultz, Mona Delcambre, Ed Schultz, Selina Henry (cutting the ribbon), Sara Faulk, Jason Bergeron, Sheila Peckinpaugh, Charlie Hardy, Gerald Faulk

Superior Energy Services has relocated two of its facilities to better serve the oil and gas industry operating in and along the Gulf Coast. The company’s Marine Services Division and Concentric Pipe and Tool Rentals operations are now in New Iberia, La.

Superior’s Marine Services Division, now located at 2917 Oliva Road, and Concentric Pipe and Tool Rentals, now located at 6203 U.S. 90 West, both hosted a luncheon and ribbon-cutting ceremony recently to celebrate the successful relocations.

Superior Energy’s Marine Services Division owns and operates a fleet of modern liftboats with leg lengths of 200 feet or greater to support construction, maintenance and production enhancement projects for the oil and gas industry.

To view a video on Superior’s Marine Services Division, visit www.superiorenergy.com/products-and-services/marine/#animation.

(www.superiorenergy.com)

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