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Morrison Successfully Completes EPCIC Project for Trinidad’s Newest Offshore Operator

November 29th, 2018 in News, Projects

  Morrison has successfully completed the DeNovo EPCIC project on a landmark development offshore Trinidad and Tobago. Morrison was awarded the Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning (EPCIC) contract from Trinidad and Tobago’s newest upstream operator, DeNovo Energy Limited (DeNovo).   The project included the fabrication, installation and mechanical completion of:   A Conductor Supported…

Providing Protection for The National WWII Museum in New Orleans

October 19th, 2018 in News, Projects

Chet Morrison Contractors, Houma, La. had the esteemed privilege to work with The National WWII Museum in New Orleans, La. to provide thermal sprayed aluminum coating services to the new Bollinger Canopy of Peace.

The Keys to Successful Operations

March 23rd, 2018 in Marine Construction, Marine Pipeline, News, Projects

    “Success comes from an integration of safety, quality and accountability into one sustainable business system.” To achieve successful business operations, executive vision must be prevalent. In addition, top-down leadership that believes in the vision and implements practical ways to achieve it must exist. Leadership should be adaptive and partnerships should be embraced.  And…

Finding the Right Pipeline Contractor for the Coastal Environment

May 9th, 2017 in Marine Construction, Marine Pipeline, Projects

With all the attention and controversy swirling around coastal area infrastructure developments these days, it’s more important now than ever to have a skilled pipeline contractor help design and execute projects that minimize and mitigate environmental impacts. Different regions of the country have their own unique features and challenges. The Gulf Coast area spanning from…

Uncharted Alaskan Waters: Subsea Pipeline Installation

November 1st, 2016 in Marine Services, Projects

“The extreme currents caused this to be the most challenging pipelay operation I’ve seen in my 25 years in the oilfield. Planning played a major role in our ability to successfully complete this project on schedule, and according to the customer’s requests.” –Marc Oliver, Project Manager First-of-its-kind is kind of our thing. When it comes…

Aerial Pipeline Abandonment Reaches New Heights

November 1st, 2016 in Marine Services, Projects

What goes up must come down. The world has changed quite a bit since the 1970s, and the oil and gas industry is no exception. Improvements in safety, training and technology have changed the way we approach complex projects for the better. At Chet Morrison Contractors, we recently found ourselves faced with a challenge that…

Marine Dive Crew Receives Recognition

July 29th, 2015 in Events, Marine Services, News, Our Team, Projects

Chet Morrison Contractors Marine Construction Dive Division was called out to a project to repair a pipeline leak. Phase I of this project was the recovery of 500’+ of 24″ pipeline, cutting stub ends back and installing end connectors on the north and south stubs. Our team had many unique challenges, including extreme river currents.…