A large number of maritime and energy-related companies operate in the Gulf of Mexico. They conduct shipping, transport, oil drilling, natural gas drilling and production, commercial fishing, and more.
If you or a loved one has been injured aboard a ship, on an offshore rig or in a maritime-related industry in the Gulf of Mexico, you need an injury lawyer who knows the Gulf of Mexico and the companies that do business there. You can contact an experienced maritime attorney at Arnold & Itkin LLP at (888) 346-5024 for a free consultation!
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Allseas USA provides offshore pipe laying and subsea construction services in the Gulf.
Anadarkois the largest independent deepwater oil and gas producer in the Gulf.
ATP Oil & Gas Corporation is involved in developing and producing oil and natural gas in the offshore Gulf of Mexico.
BP is the United Kingdom’s largest corporation and the leading operator in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.
Chevron is the second largest energy company in the U.S.
Cobalt International Energy L.P.
Cobalt International Energy explores for oil in the deep offshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico and West Africa.
ConocoPhillips is the third largest integrated energy company in the U.S. and fifth largest refiner in the world.
Ensco is a global provider of offshore drilling services to major oil and gas companies.
ExxonMobile is the largest non-government owned integrated oil company.
Global Industries, Ltd.
Global Industries’ business consists of offshore pipeline construction and platform installation and subsea services.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Haliburton Company is one of the world’s largest oilfield services companies.
Hercules is a global provider of offshore contract drilling, liftboat, and inland barge services.
Hess is a leading global independent energy company, operating in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico at the Shenzi field.
The MacGregor Group provides marine cargo and offshore load-handling for container ships, bulk carriers, and more.
The Maersk Line is the largest container ship and supply vessel operator in the world.
Marathon Oil Corporation is an international oil and natural gas exploration and production company.
The Martin Companies engage in storage, transportation, and distribution of petroleum products.
Murphy Exploration & Production Company is headquartered in Houston and has production of seven oil and/or natural gas fields in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico and two onshore in Louisiana.
National Oilwell Varco
National specializes in equipment used in offshore oil and natural gas drilling and production operations.
Noble Energy, Inc.
Noble is an independent energy company that focuses on the U.S. onshore, the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, and beyond.
Orion Marine Group
Orion is a leading marine construction and specialty services contractor.
Parker Drilling Company
Parker Drilling provides drilling services to the oil and gas industry by contracting out its drilling rigs and equipment.
Petrobras America Inc.
Petrobras is an international business unit of the state-controlled oil company Petrobras-Brazil.
Samson Investment Company
Samson is a privately held oil and gas development, exploration and production company.
Schlumberger is the world’s largest oilfield services company.
A subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell, Shell Exploration & Production Company, based in Houston, has key operating locations in the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama, South Texas, and Wyoming.
Statoil has a significant presence in the U.S. with more than 400 leases in the Gulf of Mexico and 66 in Alaska.
Trico Marine Group
Trico consists of three divisions, providing maritime services to the oil and gas companies around the world.
If you or a loved one has been injured aboard a ship, on an offshore rig or in a maritime-related industry in the Gulf of Mexico, you need an experienced offshore injury attorney who knows the Gulf of Mexico and the companies that operate there. Contact our firm and get the information and guidance that you need!
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