Steve Olmos, formerly of Oceaneering International, has been brought onboard to manage and develop business for the installations group of the newly formed Harvey Gulf Subsea Solutions.
Olmos, named executive vice president of Subsea Installations, leaves Oceaneering after 40 years with experience in umbilical installations, flexible pipe and jumpers and decommissioning projects.
Headquartered in New Orleans with operations based at Port Fourchon, Harvey Gulf International Marine formed Harvey Gulf Subsea Solutions in June 2020 to provide turnkey solutions for all subsea requirements.
Since then, the subsidiary has won multiple contracts, including one to support a U.S. Navy special operations project in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Marubeni Oil & Gas Inc. is utilizing the Harvey Intervention for a project that includes hydrate remediation, removing and replacing HFLs, a tree pod change out, and, finally, a marine life survey. And Shell Oil will utilize the Harvey Blue Sea for a term Flotel project that will leverage the large POB capacity of the HGSS 340 Class MPSVs.
Harvey Gulf CEO Shane Guidry said Olmos “brings a wealth of knowledge in the Subsea construction environment and will be able to step in and keep operations seamless while continuing to grow the business.”
Harvey Gulf International Marine was founded in 1949. The privately owned and operated marine transportation company specializes in providing fast supply vessels, offshore supply and multipurpose support vessels for deepwater operations.