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Diving and Marine

General Manager
John Lariviere

EPIC Diving and Marine provides commercial diving and marine services in the Gulf of Mexico and around the globe, which include underwater inspection and construction, platform and pipeline service, well repair, plug and abandonment, and marine salvage. EPIC has supported oil and gas clients since 1972 with 24-hour/ 365 day/yr. service, comprehensive safety and quality programs, and competitive rates.

EPIC Advantage

Industry leading HSEQ performance
Team of 150+ divers, tenders, supervisors, and marine captains—all supported by a competent training and safety staff
Flexible fleet of dive support and construction vessels
Saturation diving capabilities to 1,000 fsw, including 2 portable systems
Well plug and abandonment support capabilities
Experienced personnel — 80% of our supervisors have a minimum of 10 years experience with EPIC and a minimum of 17 years in the industry
Crews trained in underwater inspection, construction, salvage, DOT-OQ qualified, environmental support, project management, and more
Proprietary Dive 5® continuous-improvement safety and quality program for maximum peace of mind

Vessels

EPIC Explorer

The EPIC Explorer and its experienced crew can tackle any project that requires a 4-point anchor vessel and saturation diving capabilities—including turnkey wellhead removals, mudline tree abandonments and removals, and site clearance, as well as pipeline reroutes, spool installations, and hurricane remedial work.

Global Orion

The ship is equipped with a fully integrated diesel electric propulsion system and prepared for worldwide operation. Global Orion has a clear deck area of 601 m2, a 6 m x 5.25 m moonpool, is outfitted with EPIC’s DNVclassable and IMCA compliant.

The vessel has a length of 91 m (298 ft), beam of 19.7 m (65 ft), a 165 s. ton (150 Te) AHC crane, accommodations for 98 people, and a Sikorsky S-92 class helideck.

HOSS-001 1,000 ft saturation diving system, and can be equipped with ROV support. Below deck, the vessel is arranged for a wide array of liquid cargo categories.