GLM Score Up Despite Softening GOM

Thursday, July 19, 2001
Global Marine's (GLM) Summary of Current Offshore Rig Economics (SCORE) rose 0.6 percent in June 2001, despite a reduction in the Gulf of Mexico. "Softening jackup rates due to declining natural gas prices have taken a toll on the Gulf of Mexico SCORE," said Bob Rose, GLM's chairman, president and CEO. "However, strong oil prices have continued to fuel improvement in international offshore rig markets."
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