Oceaneering Adds to Its Board of Directors

william berry 2Oceaneering has elected William B. Berry to its board of directors.

Berry served as executive vice president, Exploration and Production, of ConocoPhillips from 2003 until his retirement on January 1, 2008.

He currently serves on the boards of directors of Continental Resources, Inc. and Frank’s International N.V.

Oceaneering’s chairman of the board, John R. Huff, stated: “We are very pleased to welcome Bill to Oceaneering’s leadership team. His commitment to our core values and extensive experience in the global energy industry will make him an ideal addition to Oceaneering’s board of directors. We look forward to leveraging Bill’s deep industry knowledge, strategic vision and operational insights as we strive to grow our business and increase the wealth of our shareholders.”

Berry holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Petroleum Engineering from Mississippi State University.

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