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Morrison, iSIMS Introduce iJacket

Chet Morrison Contractors, an energy service company for the oil, gas and renewables industries, has formed a strategic partnership with iSIMS to launch a new optimized method in jacket and foundation design.The patented iJacket is more structurally optimized than the conventional true X-braced jacket design, supporting the same deck load, conductor/riser count, drilling deck, wind turbine or other payload as its conventional counterpart, the developers said. The design is engineered to provide significant cost savings and reduce material and labor requirements over traditional foundations and jackets

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Aquaterra Energy Installs First CSP Platform for Offshore Trinidad and Tobago

Swift was installed from a jack-up rig in 27 meters water depth, accommodating up to four wells and includes local power generation, manifolds and a control system. To meet the tight delivery timetable, the design phase of the project overlapped with the fabrication of the Sea Swift. It was built by Chet Morrison Contractors who also designed and installed the Iguana pipeline to shore. Drilling of the first of a three-well development campaign has commenced, using the Well Services Rig 110. Aquaterra’s Sea Swift platform has been installed across a number of shallow water locations, including

Chet Morrison Contractors Partners with OEM on Riser Project

Chet Morrison Contractors’ Deepwater Riser Services division recently completed work on a complex deepwater riser maintenance project for an offshore drilling rig that included complete disassembly, blast, paint and reassembly of 57 risers.   By partnering with the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) on the project, Chet Morrison Contractors was able to deliver key services that allowed for an OEM-recertification on the risers. In addition, by taking advantage of Chet Morrison Contractors’ available shop space and labor capacity, the OEM was able to provide the rig owner with a

Chet Morrison Partners on Riser Project

Chet Morrison Contractors’ Deepwater Riser Services division recently completed work on a complex deepwater riser maintenance project for an offshore drilling rig that included complete disassembly, blast, paint and reassembly of 57 risers.   By partnering with the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) on the project, Chet Morrison Contractors was able to deliver key services that allowed for an OEM-recertification on the risers. In addition, by taking advantage of Chet Morrison Contractors’ available shop space and labor capacity, the OEM was able to provide the rig owner with a

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MTR100: Chet Morrison Contractors

Founded in 1983, Chet Morrison Contractors is a privately held company that has steadily grown from an inland marine operation to a multidisciplinary diverse service company. The company provides integrated oil and gas industry services throughout the lifecycle of the well, ranging from marine construction and maintenance to P&A and decommissioning.   Chet Morrison Contractors operates four locations with convenient access to Gulf of Mexico: Houma, New Orleans, Mexico and Trinidad. Its Deepwater Riser Services Division has an API Spec Q1 Registered Quality Management System and is certified

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Chet Morrison Names New Management Team

Construction, maintenance & abandonment services provider to the oil and gas industry for land, offshore and shallow-water projects, Chet Morrison Contractors, says it has named Jerome Shaw as Vice President of Marine Construction. Shaw’s extensive background in the industry includes more than 20 years of experience, specifically in the oilfield marine service lines where he built operational expertise in pipeline and diving operations, as well as marine fabrication and construction. He previously served as HSEQ Director, where he successfully integrated individual safety representative

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Harkand Names Brown to Gulf of Mexico Management Team

Mike Brown as general manager of diving services in North America. A U.S. Navy veteran, Brown has considerable experience of commercial diving in the offshore oil and gas sector having held number of senior positions in a career spanning more than 35 years. He was most recently working with Chet Morrison Contractors as general manager of the offshore construction division. Prior to CMC, he worked as vice president and general manager with EPIC Divers & Marine Contractors, a subsidiary of Tetra Technologies; and worked across 36 countries in five continents. A past president of the Association

MTR100 '13: Chet Morrison Contractors

  The Case Chet Morrison Contractors provides construction, maintenance and abandonment services to the oil and gas industry. With locations in the Gulf of Mexico and international facilities, Chet Morrison Contractors delivers integrated solutions that leverage the skills of our performance-driven teams with the efficiencies of in-house capabilities and resources. The Company Chet Morrison Contractors provides integrated oil and gas industry services and creative project solutions for upstream, midstream and downstream clients operating in land and marine environments. Our multidisciplinary

Mike Brown

Chet Morrison Names New Marine Construction GM

Chet Morrison Contractors recently announced the hiring of industry veteran Michael Brown as General Manager of Marine Construction. Brown has 35 years of experience in the commercial diving industry, most recentlyan eight-year tenure as Vice President and General Manager for EPIC, the commercial diving business unit of TETRA. Brown is an active member of several industry associations and committees, including the National Offshore Safety Advisory Committee (NOSAC) where he is serving a three-year term as Offshore Diving Representative. He has also served on the board of directors of the Association

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Chet Morrison Develops Subsea Cutter: SHARC

Chet Morrison Contractors has developed a subsea cutter that they say offers improvement over existing technologies. SHARC (Subsea Hydraulic Abrasive Rotating Cutter) was developed to make subsea P&A work safer for divers by eliminating the need for hand jetting and reducing the time divers spend under water performing. In addition, the manufacturer claims that SHARC reduces overall job time by 60 percent and can be deployed by Chet Morrison’s 240-foot, four-point DSV Joanne Morrison, thus avoiding the higher cost of larger spreads. The prototype for SHARCwas developed during a 2012

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Revolutionary SHARC Subsea Cutter Quicker & Safer

Chet Morrison Contractors SHARC℠ increases diver safety and reduces job time by 60%. Chet Morrison Contractors has developed an innovation in subsea cutting that offers substantial improvement over existing technologies. SHARC℠ (Subsea Hydraulic Abrasive Rotating Cutter) was developed to make subsea P&A work safer for divers by eliminating the need for hand jetting and reducing the time divers spend under water performing. In addition, SHARC reduces overall job time by 60 percent and can be deployed by Chet Morrison’s 240-foot, 4-point DSV Joanne Morrison, thus avoiding the higher cost of

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