Twin Brothers Marine Awarded Flow Line Suction Piles for Tahiti
Twin Brothers Marine, LLC, a custom manufacturer of large diameter, heavy wall, long length pipe and a fabricator of offshore platforms for both the domestic and international markets, has been awarded the seven 12-feet OD flow line Suction Piles for the Chevron Corp.'s Tahiti project which is an ABS Classed Truss Spar which will be installed in 4,200-feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico's Green Canyon Blocks 640, 641, and 596.
Some recently competed projects by Twin Brothers Marine, LLC include the largest caisson ever built for the Gulf of Mexico - 18-feet OD x 525-feet long with some 3.5-inch wall; and the metering platform for the world's first "offshore" LNG import terminal - Excelerate Energy's Gulf Gateway in 280' of water in the Gulf of Mexico's West Cameron Block 603 off of the Louisiana coast.
Twin Brothers Marine, LLC, in addition to being a major fabricator of offshore oil and gas platforms, has emerged as the Gulf of Mexico's leading manufacturer of custom large diameter (to 18.5-ft in one piece and larger in multiple pieces), heavy wall (to 5.0-in), long length (to 525-ft plus) tubular pipe for use as caissons, pilings, mono-piles, marine dolphins, etc. to API 2B, D1.1. Certifications include ASME. Shipments are made by water, rail, and highway to all location in the Americas and the world.
Twin Brothers Marine, LLC's manufacturing and fabrication facility is located outside of Lafayette, Louisiana, at the Port of West St. Mary which includes direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. It also has offices in Morgan City, Louisiana. Its founders, principal owners, and Co-Managing Members are the twin brothers Cameron Webster, Director of Operations, and David Webster, Director of Strategic Planning and Business Development.
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