Harvey Gulf Celebrates Five Years Without a Recordable Incident


By The Maritime Executive 08-29-2018 02:31:08

Today, Harvey Gulf International Marine announced the company achieved five years without a recordable incident, working over 15,700,000 man hours.  Harvey Gulf also confirmed that it is going global with the reflagging of both Offshore Supply and Fast Supply Vessels to facilitate work in Mexico. Harvey will open additional offices in Mexico through its affiliate, Harvey Gulf International Marine de Mexico S.A.P.I. de C.V.  Harvey will also establish itself in Trinidad and Guyana by opening offices and redeploying shore base personnel and vessels to those areas. 

Harvey will certify vessels for operation under Mexican flags to ensure its customers can receive Harvey service levels for their expanding Mexico operations.  In addition to Harvey Gulf de Mexico’s office in Mexico City, the company will open new operations shore bases in Ciudad del Carmen and Dos Bocas to support vessels repositioned to Mexico. 

Harvey CEO Shane Guidry commented, “As a company, we’ve decided it’s time to make a global commitment to our customers by expanding operations in Mexico, Trinidad and Guyana immediately.  We’re also discussing several potential mergers and acquisitions that will give our company a larger global footprint to install our safety and operations culture, which has been unmatched for five years. Our clients have been calling on us to have our vessels globally on the ready, so they can rely on having the same safety and operational excellence they became accustomed to these last five years.  Being private, the market most likely hasn’t realized that during these last five years Harvey has operated in the United States for more than 100 customers, in Mexico for Baker Hughes, Nalco, Halliburton and Schlumberger, in Israel for Noble Energy, in Kenya and Mozambique Africa for Anadarko, in Trinidad and Suriname for Shell, in Malaysia for Petronas, and the North Slope of Alaska for Shell, 2,600 miles from the nearest port and usually in 30-40 ft. seas for days, all without a recordable incident.

Mr. Guidry continued “The reflagging of vessels into Mexico and deploying safety and operations personnel shows we’re committed. The same is true for Trinidad and Guyana.  We will deliver our vessel safety and operational performance to both countries on a quick turnaround basis.” 

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