Delta SubSea (“DSS”) has been selected by EMAS AMC (“EMAS”) to provide ROV services in support of EMAS’s current Gulf of Mexico deepwater repair campaign.
DSS will deploy a Schilling HDTM 150hp ROV as well as ROV tooling, including Class 1-4 torque tools, water blaster and hotstabs. DSS also fabricated a customized ROV subframe assembly in support of this scope of work.
“DSS looks forward to providing EMAS with best-in-class ROV services” said Scott Dingman, DSS’s CEO, “Delta brings to bear its experienced ROV crew as well as engineering and fabrication expertise to maximize efficiency for this scope of work.” “We appreciate DSS’s quick mobilization time and highly proactive approach to this project’s challenges,” said Andrew Pasch, EMAS Project Manager.
Delta SubSea is an independent provider of integrated ROV solutions as well as engineering and consulting services. Delta SubSea was formed through the contribution of the pre-existing DMTI business into the newly-formed Delta SubSea, which was then re-capitalized with significant new equity capital from CSL Capital Management, LLC, an oil and gas investment group. Delta SubSea’s fleet is focused on work class ROV solutions for customers in the inspection, repair and maintenance, construction, drilling and decommissioning market segments. DSS employs 47 people and is headquartered in Montgomery, TX.
Press Release, November 26, 2013