Teledyne Oil & Gas Organization Appoints New Vice President for Europe
Daytona Beach, FL - June 11, 2012 -Teledyne Oil & Gas (TOG) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Colin Taylor as the Vice President of Europe effective May 28, 2012, reporting to Mike Read, President Teledyne Oil & Gas.
Teledyne Raises $15,000 for United Way
On May 10th, 2012 Teledyne Oil and Gas/Teledyne ODI hosted their third annual supplier appreciation Golf Tournament at LPGA Golf Course in Daytona Beach, Fl to benefit the United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties.
Teledyne Oil & Gas Announces Opening of the Asia Regional Support Center in Johor Bahru Malaysia, Enhancing Technical Support to the Global Customer Base.
Daytona Beach, FL - April 24, 2012 -Teledyne Oil & Gas (TOG) is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of our new 10,000 sqft Asia Regional Support Center in Johor Bahru Malaysia to be held on May 22, 2012.
Local Teledyne plant reports record orders for December
DAYTONA BEACH -- December was an extremely good month for Teledyne Oil & Gas.
Not only was the Daytona Beach company -- a subsidiary of Thousand Oaks, Calif.-based Teledyne Technologies -- honored last month as the Volusia Manufacturers Association's 2011 Manufacturer of the Year, its plant on Williamson Boulevard was busier than it's ever been filling orders for its products: subsea electronic and fiber-optic cables for the oil-and-gas industry.
Teledyne named area 'Manufacturer of the Year' by Volusia group
DAYTONA BEACH -- Teledyne Oil & Gas has been named the Volusia Manufacturers Association's "Manufacturer of the Year," but it will need to until next month to pick up its award.
The association will honor Daytona Beach-based Teledyne Oil & Gas and the winners of its other 2011 awards at its annual banquet Dec. 8 at Sunset Harbor Yacht Club.
Lean manufacturing practices pay off for Teledyne
DAYTONA BEACH -- When manufacturers talk about being lean, they are referring to waste -- not weight.
Officials at Teledyne Oil & Gas/Teledyne ODI here jumped on the lean bandwagon in 2008, but things really kicked into gear last year.
"Lean is basically the elimination of waste in doing a job," said Demerrick Wade, the supervisor responsible for lean manufacturing efforts at Teledyne ODI's Daytona Beach plant.
The plant was formerly a Daytona Beach-based company called Ocean Design that was acquired by Teledyne.
Please visit us at Stand 5D66 at the Offshore Europe 2011conference in Aberdeen on September 6-8, 2011
Visit us on Stand # 251 in Pavilion 3 for the 1st annual OTC Brasil 2011 in Rio de Janeiro on October 4-6 2011
Join us at the 3rd Annual Teledyne Oil & Gas Technology Focus on Innovation & Subsea Reliability Event in Houston, Texas on November 16, 2011 at the Marriott Westchase Hotel. For additional details and to register in advance, please contact Cindy Tyminski @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Teledyne Oil & Gas has released two enhanced design versions of Protective Caps to meet a variable range of performance requirements. A previously released low-cost protective cap intended for long-term subsea use offered cost saving features utilizing plastic outer shells with plastic latching fingers. Although highly suitable for subsea use as designed, the design had limitations that restricted use across a broad spectrum of storage and operational conditions. To assure optimal performance across all applications, Teledyne Oil & Gas offers two new enhanced Protective Cap designs-an Unlimited Use design and a Limited Use design-introduced to ensure optimal performance in a wider range of storage and operational scenarios. The previous low-cost design cap will become inactive for design into new projects.
Florida company proud of role in spill response
The world wide attention is a bit surprising to some at Florida’s Teledyne Oil & Gas.
For years, the Daytona Beach company has operated successfully in their niche market for the subsea oil and gas industry. Most outside of the industry would not be able to tell you much about their business. The Deepwater Horizon oil spill changed that.
Teledyne Oil & Gas appoints Earl Childress as Vice President Strategic Development
Earl Childress, a long time Teledyne Technologies Strategist has joined the Teledyne Oil & Gas team as Vice President of Strategic Development. Mr. Childress brings over 20 years of experience in offshore marine business and strategy development to the newly formed Teledyne Oil & Gas team. In this new role Mr. Childress will help to direct the growth and positioning of the group within existing and adjacent markets and will report to Mike Read, President of Teledyne Oil & Gas. Earl will continue to reside in the San Diego area and will make his office within Teledyne Impulse.
Teledyne Oil & Gas Opens European Headquarters in Worthing UK
Teledyne Oil & Gas celebrated the grand opening of a 2400 square meter manufacturing centre and European Headquarters in Worthing, UK on 6 November 2009. The facility was opened by the High Sheriff of West Sussex and was attended by local dignitaries and a host of clients. The new facility expands the manufacturing ability of Teledyne Oil & Gas and allows for integration, assembly, and test of all of the Teledyne Oil & Gas companies' technologies for Subsea Oil & Gas exploration and production. Principal to the manufacturing centre is the advanced testing capabilities enabled by a large capacity hyperbaric test chamber for 100%. Teledyne Oil & Gas is comprised of Teledyne Cormon, Teledyne DG O'Brien, Teledyne Impulse and Teledyne ODI with global headquarters located in Daytona Beach Florida, USA.
Nautilus HPG2 Interface System Celebrates One Year of Continuous Service
Teledyne Teledyne ODI Nautilus HPG2 High Power Wet-Mate interface system celebrated one year of flawless operation on the subsea node of the MARS Ocean Observatory in Monterey Bay. The latest technology developed by Teledyne ODI for wet-mate high power interconnect, the Nautilus HPG2 system is designed for 10KVDC operating voltage at up to 200 amps per circuit and will be the standard high power interface for the world's ocean observatories.
Teledyne Oil & Gas / Teledyne Teledyne ODI Supplier Appreciation Event Nets $5000+ for Charity
Teledyne Teledyne ODI's most valued suppliers and those most critical to the success of the organization gathered at Teledyne ODI on November 5th for an introduction to Teledyne Oil & Gas and to share in the forward-looking strategy of the team. Representatives from key suppliers toured the facility, met with Development Engineers and heard a presentation from President and CEO Mike Read on the 3-year strategy of Teledyne ODI and Teledyne Oil & Gas. A charity teambuilding event was held to finish the day at a local golf course where Teledyne ODI and our key suppliers chipped in to generate over $5000 to the United Way of Volusia County!
Focus On Innovation and Subsea Reliability Day Celebrated in Houston!
Teledyne Oil & Gas held the inaugural Focus on Innovation & Subsea Reliability conference on November 18 in Houston, TX. The event was attended by over 125 key customers from the Oil & Gas Exploration and Production community. Technical presentations were delivered on Materials Science, Sensing & Monitoring, High Power Innovations and Reliability and 14 Teledyne companies representing Teledyne Marine, Teledyne Technologies and Teledyne Oil & Gas exhibited in a showcase format highlighting capabilities towards innovative solutions to tomorrow's subsea challenges.
Teledyne Oil & Gas opens new European headquarters
Teledyne Oil & Gas opened their European headquarters in Worthing, West Sussex, on 6 October 2009. According to the company, the HQ was the logical step following Teledyne's purchase of Teledyne ODI in 2006, the acquisitions of DGO and Impulse in 2007, and the purchase in 2008 of Cormon. Mike Read, President, speaking during the opening, said the overall company realized the synergies from the purchased companies could be better integrated through the creation of European Teledyne Oil & Gas, which now has a head count of 55 employees.
The new company, Read said, will be able to provide engineered solutions, levels of reliability parallel to those in the aerospace industry, corrosion and sensing instrumentation integration, and security of supply backed up by testing facilities and technical support. Teledyne Scientific in California supports Teledyne with over 400 scientists working on materials research and reliability for subsea environments.
Read said the company identified the location 10 months ago. Included in the greater Teledyne family are Teledyne Benthos, which provides wireless acoustic data communication & sonar technology; Teledyne RD Instruments, whose acoustic doppler current profilers measure motion in water and water in motion; and Teledyne TSS, which provides subsea navigation capabilities and pipeline tracking systems.