2H Offshore Opens New Houston Office

(Press Release)
Thursday, November 03, 2011

2H Offshore relocated to new premises within Houston’s Energy  Corridor District at 15990 North Barkers Landing, Suite 200, Houston, Texas 77079. Close to major clients and less than a mile from the previous location, the new office encompasses 32,000 square feet and includes 9 conference rooms, a training room and dedicated video conferencing facilities. 2H’s Houston base has grown steadily over the past few years as a result of increased project work in the Gulf of Mexico. The Houston office currently employs more than 90 people and is supported by the 2H Offshore network of 7 worldwide offices.
Earlier this year, 2H Offshore Inc. was awarded its biggest contract to date: the detailed design and procurement management of the Chevron Big Foot riser systems, which will comprise 2 high-pressure  drilling risers, 15 production/water injection top tensioned risers and oil and gas export steel catenary risers. The new Houston office will house the entire Big Foot riser team, combining 2H and Chevron engineers in a single space for the duration of the project. 2H Offshore’s Houston office was the second office to open following the inception of the company in 1993 in London, UK. It initially opened in 1998 as a small venture in a shared office environment
before moving to offices in Katy, Texas, and later expanding to its previous location at Gulf Plaza on the west side of Houston. “The Gulf Plaza location has served 2H’s staff and clients well for the past 5 years, but as the company continues to expand, the new office will provide a better environment for everyone,” commented 2H Offshore Inc. vice president, David Walters. “We anticipate future growth in the newly established location with plans to strengthen staff and capabilities with additional qualified industry professionals.”
 

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