Subsea 7 Murphy Dalmation Project

Core also completed the heavy-lift services required for Subsea 7’s Murphy Dalmation Project in February 2016. Several umbilical reels were loaded onto Subsea 7 vessels for transport to an oil field in the Gulf of Mexico.


Subsea 7 Shell Stone Project

n February 2016, Core completed heavy-lift services for Subsea 7’s Shell Stone Project. Core used its heavy-lift capabilities to load umbilical reels stored off-berth onto Subsea 7 vessels for transport to Shell’s Stone Oil Field located in the Gulf of Mexico.


Delta Forest Products

In January, Core loaded the first wood chip boat of 2016 for Delta Forest Products. Approximately 44,000 metric tons of wood chips were loaded onto the marine vessel Yildazar. The wood chips were shipped from the Core facility to the foreign manufacturing facility of one of the leading producers of medium density fiberboard in the world.


Hornbeck Offshore

In December 2016, Core personnel loaded approximately 45,000 metric tons of wood chips onto the Andalucia, a 590-feet marine vessel, over a three-day period. The wood chips were shipped from Core’s facility to the manufacturing facility of one of the leading producers of medium density fiberboard or MDF.


Delta Forest Products

In December 2016, Core personnel loaded approximately 45,000 metric tons of wood chips onto the Andalucia, a 590-feet marine vessel, over a three-day period. The wood chips were shipped from Core’s facility to the manufacturing facility of one of the leading producers of medium density fiberboard or MDF.


BP Umbilical Reel Unload

In December 2015, Core transferred a refurbished, 70-ton umbilical reel from off-berth storage to the dock. The reel was loaded onto a barge provided by BP to be used at one of their oil fields in the Gulf of Mexico.


Shell Stones Project

In November of 2015, Core started the work for Technip on the Shells Stones Project. The Shells Stones Project consisted of the offloading and storage of 80 Containers for Technip. This project required the use of Core’s 100t R/T crane as well as one of Core’s extensive supply of forklifts. The containers are stacked and stored in Core’s expansive outside storage space and will be removed periodically at Technip’s request. Core has nearly 400 acres of adaptable land ready for any client request.