OIMO Adds Woodruff to Executive Team

Posted by Eric Haun
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Keal Woodruff

Offshore Inland Marine & Oilfield Services, Inc. (OIMO), a company in Topside and Riding Crew repair services, announced the appointment of a new executive to the company’s leadership team – Keal Woodruff, Vice President of Projects.

In this role, Woodruff will be leading the production and project management teams, as well as engineering services and estimating. He will also hold a contributing role on the senior management team. Woodruff brings three decades of experience across all functions in the areas of offshore drilling rig repair and upgrades as well as ocean going marine topside and related projects. For more than 20 years, Woodruff spent his time as an owner of R&R Marine in Port Arthur, Texas, and took the company’s annual revenues north of $100 million. Throughout his career he has developed key relationships with offshore operators and gained significant insight into both the marine and offshore markets.

“As OIMO continues its trajectory of growth within the offshore and marine service sector, adding experienced and innovative leadership is critical to our continued success,” stated Robin Roberts, Founder and President. Roberts added, “Keal brings exceptional knowledge, experience and capabilities that will help to propel us to the next level.  All at OIMO welcome the addition of Keal’s exceptional experience to our company.”

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