Global Offshore to do Work for Mexican National Co.

Thursday, December 20, 2007
Carlyss, La.-based Global Offshore Mexico, a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Industries, Ltd., has been awarded a $40m contract by PEMEX, the national oil company of Mexico, to dismantle a drilling rig involved in an October accident. Global’s Titan 2 was dispatched to the scene to assist in rescue efforts and will now decommission and dismantle the drill rig.
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