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    Baker Hughes, Inc. has received notice that the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Dept. of Justice has approved the purchase of two of its stimulation vessels, the HR Hughes and the Blue Ray, and certain other assets used to perform sand control services in the Gulf of Mexico, by Superior Energy Services.  These assets are being divested in connection with the acquisition of BJ Services Co.

     

    Deep Down, Inc. has teamed up with Core Industries to permanently locate a 3,200 metric ton umbilical storage carousel system at Core’s deepwater port facility near Mobile, Ala.  The carousel is currently under construction and will be ready in fourth quarter 2010.

     

    Cal Dive International, Inc. announced the departure of Bruce P. Koch, the company’s Chief Financial Officer. Brent D. Smith, the company’s current Vice President-Finance, has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer of the company.

     

    DeepFlex announced one of its all-composite flexible pipes has been used by Saipem to commission a deepwater export line offshore Brazil for Petrobras. The Saipem vessel Normand Cutter deployed the DeepFlex downline in 4,950 feet of water.

     

    Intermoor, Inc. has named David Cobb Vice President, Business Development, based out ...

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  • Baker Hughes Announced Agreement to Sell Assets

    Baker Hughes, Inc. announced that its subsidiaries have signed an agreement to sell a package of assets including two stimulation vessels (the HR Hughes and Blue Ray) and certain other assets used to perform sand control and stimulation services in the Gulf of Mexico to a subsidiary of Superior Energy Services, Inc. The agreement, which is subject to approval of the Department of Justice, is expected to be completed by the end of July 2010.

     

    Technip has been awarded two North Sea contracts by BP. The first award, a three year diving repair & maintenance (R&M) frame agreement contract with two further one year options, covers all diving and R&M activities for BP’s platforms, subsea fields and pipelines within the U.K. North Sea area. The second award is a major engineering and installation contract for the development of the Devenick field, located northeast of Aberdeen. The contract covers project management, engineering, fabrication, installation and commissioning of production pipeline, a methanol line and infield pipelines.

     

    Technip has been awarded an engineering, procurement, installation and construction contract by Burullus Gas Company for the West Delta Deep Marine (WDDM) Phase VIII a development project offshore Egypt in the Mediterranean Sea.

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