Gulf Copper Galveston shipyard completes the installation of the ‘Stimulation Package’ which includes electrical support, and piping system integrations for Schlumberger on the SEACOSCO Amazon vessel that will be supporting the Exxon Mobil project in Guyana.
The project took approximately 6 weeks alongside at our Galveston facility and encompassed around 20 personnel dedicated to the project round the clock.
Three years ago this month we began preparing our Harbor Island facility for its transformation to a breakbulk terminal
Today, blades like these of up to 72 meters, nacelles and towers come and leave on a daily basis, bound for the prairie to harness the wind and transform it into renewable electric energy.
In these short three years, and despite the ravages and interruption of Hurricane Harvey, this little port has served every major wind OEM, and sent 25,000 truckloads of pipe on their way to help carry Texas oil to the world.
We appreciate our customers and the industry partners who have all worked so well together to make Gulf Copper Harbor Island the safe and cost-efficient operation it has become.