Deep Down Nets $3 Mln in Orders

Deep Down, an oilfield services company specializing in deepwater and ultra-deepwater oil production distribution system support services, has received multiple orders for flying leads and offshore installation equipment.

The flying leads will be deployed in West Africa , South East Asia and the Gulf of Mexico, while the installation equipment is for use in both the Gulf of Mexico and West Africa.

All of the products are for expansion phases of projects in which the Company has had previous involvement.

Ronald E. Smith, Chief Executive Officer, stated: “We are delighted with these orders, which further reaffirm our customers’ increasing preference for our products. With the $3 million in orders, our backlog has increased to over $30 million , the highest level in the company’s history.”

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