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« Reply #200 on: May 14, 2009, 01:05:12 PM »

Marcon is pleased to announce the long term charter of the dive support vessel "Ocean Veritas" (ex-Seabulk Veritas). The U.S. flag vessel is 195' x 40' x 17' depth, an ex-supply boat which Marcon sold into the oilfield from fisheries during the last run up in the offshore market in the mid 1990's when she was converted to geophysical research. (I think we also may have sold her out of the "oil patch" in the late 80's). The vessel was recently outfitted to accommodate a dive support service by her current Owner. She is classed ABS +A1, now fitted with a 4-point mooring system and working in dive support service in the Gulf of Mexico on a long term contract under private terms. The vessel was originally built in 1974 by Halter Marine, USA as the "Jean Lafitte" for Euro-Pirates International, Inc. She is now powered by a pair of CAT3606TA's which replaced her original MWM's. Marcon acted as the sole broker in the transaction and has handled a number of previous transactions for both the Owner and Charterer.

http://www.marcon.com/marcon2c.cfm?SectionListsID=31&PageID=1409


Article from '07 but found it interesting....
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« Reply #201 on: May 14, 2009, 01:09:25 PM »

Marcon is pleased to announce the long term charter of the dive support vessel "Ocean Veritas" (ex-Seabulk Veritas). The U.S. flag vessel is 195' x 40' x 17' depth, an ex-supply boat which Marcon sold into the oilfield from fisheries during the last run up in the offshore market in the mid 1990's when she was converted to geophysical research. (I think we also may have sold her out of the "oil patch" in the late 80's). The vessel was recently outfitted to accommodate a dive support service by her current Owner. She is classed ABS +A1, now fitted with a 4-point mooring system and working in dive support service in the Gulf of Mexico on a long term contract under private terms. The vessel was originally built in 1974 by Halter Marine, USA as the "Jean Lafitte" for Euro-Pirates International, Inc. She is now powered by a pair of CAT3606TA's which replaced her original MWM's. Marcon acted as the sole broker in the transaction and has handled a number of previous transactions for both the Owner and Charterer.

http://www.marcon.com/marcon2c.cfm?SectionListsID=31&PageID=1409


Article from '07 but found it interesting....

Interesting link...If you look at the dates of the pictures it's Feb 10th 2008?
http://stabbertmaritime.com/commercial_vessels/pdfs/Ocean_Veritas.pdf
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« Reply #202 on: May 14, 2009, 05:15:53 PM »

 
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« Reply #203 on: May 14, 2009, 05:40:21 PM »

Marcon is pleased to announce the long term charter of the dive support vessel "Ocean Veritas" (ex-Seabulk Veritas). The U.S. flag vessel is 195' x 40' x 17' depth, an ex-supply boat which Marcon sold into the oilfield from fisheries during the last run up in the offshore market in the mid 1990's when she was converted to geophysical research. (I think we also may have sold her out of the "oil patch" in the late 80's). The vessel was recently outfitted to accommodate a dive support service by her current Owner. She is classed ABS +A1, now fitted with a 4-point mooring system and working in dive support service in the Gulf of Mexico on a long term contract under private terms. The vessel was originally built in 1974 by Halter Marine, USA as the "Jean Lafitte" for Euro-Pirates International, Inc. She is now powered by a pair of CAT3606TA's which replaced her original MWM's. Marcon acted as the sole broker in the transaction and has handled a number of previous transactions for both the Owner and Charterer.

http://www.marcon.com/marcon2c.cfm?SectionListsID=31&PageID=1409


Article from '07 but found it interesting....

Interesting link...If you look at the dates of the pictures it's Feb 10th 2008?
http://stabbertmaritime.com/commercial_vessels/pdfs/Ocean_Veritas.pdf


Can two ships have the same name?Looks like the same ship to me...Anybody else..Was the Ship sold,bought,Chartered,or!Does Schaefer even own that ship??

R/V Ocean Veritas
http://www.stabbertmaritime.com/commercial_vessels/ocean_veritas.html


Ocean Veritas
http://www.legacyoffshore.com/data/Ocean%20Veritas.pdf

 

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« Reply #204 on: May 15, 2009, 03:43:43 PM »

I'm going to post this here only because it relates to Schaefer & not necessarily oil or gas.  It's interesting to read what the customers say, imo.

http://www.360tuna.com/forum/f59/underwater-expeditions-2771/index53.html
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« Reply #205 on: May 15, 2009, 03:52:13 PM »

I'm going to post this here only because it relates to Schaefer & not necessarily oil or gas.  It's interesting to read what the customers say, imo.

http://www.360tuna.com/forum/f59/underwater-expeditions-2771/index53.html

It is interesting!Do we have a anything on the court proceedings regarding Superior Offshore and the Lawsuit?
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« Reply #206 on: May 15, 2009, 04:05:56 PM »

I'm going to post this here only because it relates to Schaefer & not necessarily oil or gas.  It's interesting to read what the customers say, imo.

http://www.360tuna.com/forum/f59/underwater-expeditions-2771/index53.html

It is interesting!Do we have a anything on the court proceedings regarding Superior Offshore and the Lawsuit?

Docket says Bankruptcy Appeal 3/9/09. 

http://dockets.justia.com/docket/court-txsdce/case_no-4:2009cv00688/case_id-649244/
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« Reply #207 on: May 15, 2009, 05:06:51 PM »

I'm going to post this here only because it relates to Schaefer & not necessarily oil or gas.  It's interesting to read what the customers say, imo.

http://www.360tuna.com/forum/f59/underwater-expeditions-2771/index53.html

Hmmm

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 Rtran, I dont think the big e will be back, its been overhauled into a dive boat.

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 Word.
This wont help your panic attack, but I heard the coasties have kept big E from leaving the shipyard in Louisiana. Seems no permits where pulled before the million dollar facelift......
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 I don't have any experiences with the new owner's of the Big-E; seems like a rich guy with more money than business sense. Surely, the payment just sitting at berth is outrageous... Or are they running trips of some kind? Is hurricane Ike the reason? It would be nice if someone from Underwater Expeditions would do some explaining on this site and others like it. Seems like a fair amount of business can be done from here, if someone was savvy.
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« Reply #208 on: May 15, 2009, 05:16:58 PM »

And another.  Note the name they use for the "new owner" of Capt Elliot's - it's TIM, not Louis.

As in Tim Trahan, Underwater Expeditions. 

I found that interesting, especially in light of Kyle telling Freebirds in...............July 2008 I think it was........that Louis was dissolving UE, and Tim was "out of a job".

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FYI The Crew boats are still run by Elliott, they didn't sell their crew boats to Tim just the party boat operation...

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I also find this one interesting, for the same reasons.............Louis was dissolving the company, etc etc etc



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 Underwater Expeditions is currently working on our 2009 schedule. Our operation is owned by Louis. He also is the owner of several dive inspection boats, crew boats as well as other offshore operations. The Big E does not have any chambers on the vessel. We do have the COI for the vessel. The changes that were made to the vessel were in mind for future long range trips. We are excited to offer a full galley, icemakers, washers and dryers to accomadate our long range fishing customers. The Big E will have a set schedule for all 12,30, 52, and 76 hour trips this year as well. Almost all 12 hour trips will be ran on the Capt. Casey. We will be closed untill Jan 4th 2009. At that time we will post our new schedule and pricing on our web page. Those customers who have requested an e-mail schedule will be sent one during this time. We look forward to seeing everyone in 2009 and our crew is ready to get back to fishing! If you have any questions or comments for the 2009 schedule I am open for suggestions!
UE wishes everyone a Great Christmas!
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« Reply #209 on: May 15, 2009, 07:16:43 PM »

Jen,

I had to stop reading that forum for a while.  I hit page after page where they were upset with the price going up.  I'll resume where I left off.   
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« Reply #210 on: May 16, 2009, 01:52:43 AM »


 

Statoil Signs Agreement with PDVSA to Quantify Reserves
StatoilHydro|Wednesday, January 23, 2008
 



StatoilHydro's Chief Executive Helge Lund has signed two agreements with Rafael Ramirez, Venezuela’s Oil and Energy Minister and CEO of PDVSA.

The first agreement covers the work to quantify the reserves of the block Junin 10 in the Orinoco Belt. The block covers an area of 593 square kilometers. The other agreement is to do a development study for this block.

"With the signing of these agreements, we are confirming our long term commitment to Venezuela and interest to expand our industrial activity in this country. The signing of these agreements represents a great opportunity to StatoilHydro to support the development of the Venezuelan oil business," says Helge Lund.

"As a group we have the commitment to build international platforms for growth, through leveraging technology to manage complexity particular within deepwater, gas value chains, harsh environments and extra heavy oil. A further expansion of our business in Venezuela fits very well with this strategy," he adds.

In Venezuela, the group has been present since 1995 and has a 9.7% interest in the extra heavy oil project, Petrocedeño (former Sincor) that processes, refines, and sells upgraded crude oil.

StatoilHydro is also the operator of Block 4 in Plataforma Deltana, offshore Venezuela, where the exploratory campaign was recently completed.

"The signing of these agreements represents a great opportunity to StatoilHydro to support the development of the Venezuelan oil business," says Lund.

http://www.rigzone.com/news/article.asp?a_id=55732
 
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« Reply #211 on: May 16, 2009, 02:13:25 AM »

BG Group Fires Up First Gas at Poinsettia Platform Offshore Trinidad
Fluor Corporation|Monday, February 09, 2009

 
 
 
 
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BG's Offshore T&T Projects Fluor announced that its consortium with J. Ray McDermott has successfully installed and reached first gas on its production platform for BG Trinidad and Tobago. Fluor provided the 4,267-ton topsides and all gas production facilities for this Poinsettia project with J. Ray McDermott providing the jacket. Located off the northwest shore of Trinidad in water 530 feet deep, the completed platform is the largest offshore facility ever built and installed in Trinidad and Tobago waters

J. Ray has procured, designed and fabricated a 9,100 short ton jacket and 4,600 short tons of piles. Design work was completed at J. Ray's engineering office in Houston, with construction at J. Ray's fabrication facility in Morgan City, Louisiana. Fluor led the consortium and performed the overall project management, as well as the design and fabrication of 4,000 short ton topsides using Trinidad based fabrication services of TOFCO, a joint venture of Louisiana-based Chet Morrison Contractors and Trinidad-based Weldfab Limited.

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« Reply #212 on: May 16, 2009, 02:17:40 AM »

J. Ray to Install 2 Drilling Platforms for Pemex in Bay of Campeche
McDermott International, Inc. |Monday, February 02, 2009

 

Bay of Campeche J. Ray McDermott has been awarded a contract by PEMEX Exploracion y Produccion for the transportation and installation of the Ixtal-B and Maloob-C drilling platforms. These projects are located in the Bay of Campeche, Mexico, in 216 and 272 feet of water, respectively. Contracts of this nature are typically valued in excess of $40 million.
 
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« Reply #213 on: May 16, 2009, 12:37:14 PM »

BG Group Fires Up First Gas at Poinsettia Platform Offshore Trinidad
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BG's Offshore T&T Projects Fluor announced that its consortium with J. Ray McDermott has successfully installed and reached first gas on its production platform for BG Trinidad and Tobago. Fluor provided the 4,267-ton topsides and all gas production facilities for this Poinsettia project with J. Ray McDermott providing the jacket. Located off the northwest shore of Trinidad in water 530 feet deep, the completed platform is the largest offshore facility ever built and installed in Trinidad and Tobago waters

J. Ray has procured, designed and fabricated a 9,100 short ton jacket and 4,600 short tons of piles. Design work was completed at J. Ray's engineering office in Houston, with construction at J. Ray's fabrication facility in Morgan City, Louisiana. Fluor led the consortium and performed the overall project management, as well as the design and fabrication of 4,000 short ton topsides using Trinidad based fabrication services of TOFCO, a joint venture of Louisiana-based Chet Morrison Contractors and Trinidad-based Weldfab Limited.

http://www.rigzone.com/news/article.asp?a_id=72683
 



 
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« Reply #214 on: May 16, 2009, 12:42:55 PM »

This LiL'Monkey is still running around the Maze! Any thoughts on the Ocean Veritas Kermit?
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« Reply #215 on: May 16, 2009, 12:47:27 PM »

Smith, Halliburton, and Hughes are top oil drilling companies



Smith International Products related to Subsea Oil and Gas:
http://www.subsea.org/company/listdetails.asp?companyid=242


Headquarters   Houston, Texas Area
Industry   Oil & Energy
Type   Public Company
Status   Operating
Company Size    5001-10,000 employees
2006 Revenue    $7,334 mil (31%)
Founded   1937
Website   http://www.smith-intl.com
http://www.linkedin.com/companies/smith-international


Smith International Gulf Services, LLC (SIGS) is a joint venture between Oilfields Supply Center Ltd. and Smith International, Inc. formed in 1974.

SMITH INTERNATIONAL GULF SERVICES, LLC
P.O. Box 24983, Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Tel    :    +971 4 883 6268
Fax    :    +971 4 883 6502
Email    :    drilco@emirates.net.ae


Iranian Oilfield Services Company
Unit 6, 2nd Floor, No. 244, Navak Building,
Africa Ave., Tehran 1518643111, Iran
Tel    :    +98 21 8887 9190
Fax    :    +98 21 8879 2117
http://www.oscdubai.com/smith.aspx

N.I.O.C. Isfahan Refinery
Main Contractors: Thyssen / Flour International / C.M.P.
Approx: 250,000 F/T of refinery material and tanks including 6 heavy pieces of 240 tons each.
http://www.unitranssa.com/projects.html



PAGE 30/30 SAYS THERE HAVE BEEN  ONE SMITH INTERNATIONAL VS IRAN
http://assets.cambridge.org/97805218/67146/frontmatter/9780521867146_frontmatter.pdf

SMITH INTERNATIONAL, INC., and
SCHLUMBERGER LTD.,
         Respondents.
http://www.usdoj.gov/atr/cases/f3800/3868.htm


I wonder who is the Marine Surveyor Associate for Louis Schaefer and John Silvetti or Smith International Inc.?








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« Reply #216 on: May 16, 2009, 12:49:30 PM »

This LiL'Monkey is still running around the Maze! Any thoughts on the Ocean Veritas Kermit?

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« Reply #217 on: May 16, 2009, 12:49:55 PM »

Ship Photos : Ship Photos - AIS - Free Membership - The worlds ...Owner: McDermott Gulf,Houston,Texas Manager: J.Ray McDermott,Dartmouth,Nova Scotia,Canada. ... 2009 Sold to Legacy Offshore name unchanged. New Iberia 2001 ...

www.shipspotting.com/modules/myalbum/viewcat.php?cid=35&num=10&orderby=dateD&pos=40 - 52k - Cached - Similar pages

Trying to find the Info on this...If ya get anything let me know.TIA
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« Reply #218 on: May 16, 2009, 12:55:11 PM »

Ship Photos : Ship Photos - AIS - Free Membership - The worlds ...Owner: McDermott Gulf,Houston,Texas Manager: J.Ray McDermott,Dartmouth,Nova Scotia,Canada. ... 2009 Sold to Legacy Offshore name unchanged. New Iberia 2001 ...

www.shipspotting.com/modules/myalbum/viewcat.php?cid=35&num=10&orderby=dateD&pos=40 - 52k - Cached - Similar pages

Trying to find the Info on this...If ya get anything let me know.TIA

Thank you KFT, this is an interesting site.
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« Reply #219 on: May 16, 2009, 12:56:55 PM »

Ship Photos : Ship Photos - AIS - Free Membership - The worlds ...Owner: McDermott Gulf,Houston,Texas Manager: J.Ray McDermott,Dartmouth,Nova Scotia,Canada. ... 2009 Sold to Legacy Offshore name unchanged. New Iberia 2001 ...

www.shipspotting.com/modules/myalbum/viewcat.php?cid=35&num=10&orderby=dateD&pos=40 - 52k - Cached - Similar pages

Trying to find the Info on this...If ya get anything let me know.TIA

Thank you KFT, this is an interesting site.


The link goes to that page so,what ship did they buy with the name unchanged?Interesting....
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