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Company Description: Oceaneering International and its subsidiaries provide a full cadre of engineered products and services. It primarily serves the offshore oil and gas industry. It markets remotely operated vehicles, mobile offshore production systems, and built-to-order specialty hardware. Engineering and project management, and subsea intervention services are also provided. In addition, Oceaneering offers related manufacturing for a number of industrial requirements. It also offers related marine and engineering services to government agencies, defense contractors, NASA, and other customers requiring specialized operations in deep water. The company operates in the North Sea, West Africa, Brazil, Australia, and Asia. Update

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