Gulf of Mexico Company Profiles

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The Gulf of Mexico sees a large number of maritime and energy-related companies operating in its waters, companies that conduct shipping, transport, oil drilling, natural gas drilling and production, commercial fishing, and more. With all this hazardous work being done offshore, these oil and energy companies owe a serious duty to their workers to maintain safety standards, provide adequate training, and follow other health and safety regulations. When an offshore worker is hurt or killed, it often means that a corporation was negligent in following protocols and safety precautions.

If you or a loved one has been injured aboard a ship, on an offshore rig, or in any maritime-related occupation in the Gulf of Mexico, you need a lawyer who knows the Gulf and the companies that do business there. At Arnold & Itkin, we have recovered more than $20 billion for our clients and are prepared to see how we may be able to help you.

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Profiles of Oil Companies Operating in the Gulf of Mexico

At Arnold & Itkin, not only are we well-versed in offshore injury and maritime law, but we also stay up to date on the many oil companies conducting business throughout the Gulf of Mexico. We have compiled some basic information on the major players in the Gulf, offering an overview of their operations, and more.

Learn about these companies at a glance below, or click on a specific name for additional insight:

  • A.P. Moller - Maersk 
    Maersk started as a steamship company and now deploys over 700 container vessels.
  • Allseas 
    Allseas is located in Houston and provides offshore pipe laying and subsea construction services in the Gulf.
  • BP 
    BP has deepwater operations in the Gulf of Mexico and was behind the largest oil spill in history.
  • Centerline Logistics Corporation 
    Formerly known as Harley Marine Services, Centerline Logistics Corporation provides fuel to ships, transports petroleum, and escorts ships into ports along the West, East, and Gulf Coasts. 
  • Chevron 
    Chevron is the second-largest energy company in the U.S.
  • ConocoPhillips 
    One of the largest integrated energy companies in the U.S. and one of the largest refiners in the world.
  • Diamond Offshore Drilling 
    Diamond Offshore Drilling provides drilling services and has 12 offshore drilling rigs.
  • Edison Chouest Offshore 
    Involved in shipbuilding, port operations, and subsea services, as well as operating hundreds of vessels.
  • Equinor 
    A Norwegian energy company operating in dozens of countries, Equinor was known as Statoil ASA until 2018.
  • ExxonMobil 
    ExxonMobil is the largest energy company in the United States.
  • Halliburton Company 
    Halliburton is headquartered in Houston and is one of the world's largest corporations to provide technologies, products, and services for the energy industry.
  • Hess Corporation 
    Hess Corporation is a leading global independent energy company, operating in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.
  • The MacGregor Group 
    MacGregor provides marine cargo and offshore load-handling services for container ships, bulk carriers, and more.
  • Marathon Oil Corporation 
    Marathon is an oil and natural gas exploration and production company that has its headquarters in Houston.
  • Marquette Transportation Company LLC 
    Marquette Transportation Company is a marine transportation company with more than 800 barges, providing services along rivers, inland gulfs, and offshore sites around North and Central America, including the Gulf.
  • Murphy Oil Corporation 
    Headquartered in Houston and has offshore oil and natural gas operations around the world, including in the Gulf.
  • Nabors Industries Ltd. 
    Headquartered in Bermuda, Nabors is a provider of land-based and offshore drilling rigs as well as offshore platforms. It has been sanctioned by OSHA and placed on its Severe Violator Enforcement Program.
  • NOV Inc. 
    NOV, formerly National Oilwell Varco, specializes in equipment used in offshore oil and gas drilling and production.
  • Occidental Petroleum 
    Occidental Petroleum, or Oxy, is headquartered in Houston and is involved in hydrocarbon exploration and petrochemical manufacturing. The company was formerly known as Anadarko Petroleum.
  • Orion Marine Group 
    A leading marine construction and specialty services contractor with a corporate headquarters in Houston, Texas.
  • Parker Wellbore 
    Parker Wellbore provides drilling services to the oil and gas industry by contracting out its drilling rigs and equipment. It was formerly known as Parker Drilling Company.
  • Petrobas America Inc. 
    Petrobras America is an international business unit of the state-controlled oil company Petrobras-Brazil, and it develops technology for deepwater and ultradeep water operations in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • SLB 
    SLB, formerly known as Schlumberger Limited, is the world's largest oilfield services company by revenue.
  • Seadrill 
    An offshore contractor that owns and operates jack-up rigs, ultra-deepwater floaters, and harsh environment rigs.
  • Spartan Offshore Drilling 
    Spartan Offshore Drilling is unique in that it remains a privately held offshore rig provider.
  • Transocean 
    The world’s largest offshore drilling contractor, Transocean has 28 ultra-deepwater rigs and 9 harsh-environment rigs. It is also part of the largest oil spill in history, the Deepwater Horizon explosion and spill. 
  • Shell 
    Formerly Royal Dutch Shell, Shell is an international energy company with operations in more than 70 countries.
  • TechnipFMC 
    Operates in the traditional and renewable energy industry. The company’s corporate headquarters are in London, and its operational headquarters are in Houston. Technip acquired Global Industries, Ltd. In 2011.
  • Valaris Limited 
    Formerly known as Ensco, Valaris Limited is a global provider of offshore drilling services to major oil and gas companies, boasts a large offshore fleet, and has acquired Rowan Companies.

If you or someone you love was injured while working for an oil and gas company operating in the Gulf of Mexico, or for any offshore operator or other corporation, you can find the resources, experience, and tireless representation you need at Arnold & Itkin. Our maritime attorneys are always ready to advocate for injured offshore workers and for family members who have lost loved ones in the maritime industry, no matter how complex the case and no matter how big the corporation may be. We fight for our clients like they're our family, no matter what.

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