Global Awarded PEMEX Contract

Monday, April 05, 2004
Global Industries, Ltd. said that subsidiary Global Offshore Mexico S. de R.L. de C.V. received a letter of intent from PEMEX Exploration & Production to install three 20-inch diameter pipelines and nine 12-inch diameter pipelines as part of the EPC-77 Project in the Cantarell Field. The field is located in Mexico's Bay of Campeche. The Project is valued at approximately $100 million and scheduled to be completed by the end of the first quarter 2005.

William J. Doré, Chairman and CEO, stated, "The project will utilize our vessels Hercules, Shawnee, and Pioneer. This award reflects the significant level of project activity in the Bay of Campeche."

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