Three killed eight injured in offshore platform fire, Gulf of Mexico, according to operators Mexican state run oil and gas company Pemex.
Mexico Development | Offshore Post
A fire onboard an offshore oil platform has sparked a full evacuation of all 97 oil workers according to its operators, Mexico’s Pemex- with no injuries reported.
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Pemex, Mexico’s national oil company, has announced that four people were killed in the fire that broke out on its Abkatun Alpha Permanente platform
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