Grupo Dragados to build an off-shore platform for the Mexican oil company PEMEX

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March 7th, 2001

Dragados Offshore of Grupo Dragados, has been awarded a contract to build an oil platform for PEMEX Exploración y Producción of the Mexican PEMEX group.

The 6,500 million peseta contract has a duration of 547 days starting this month. The oil platform will be installed in the Campeche well in Cantarell Field in the Gulf of Mexico.

This turnkey project consists of performing the engineering, acquisitions, construction, assembly and installation of a 1,100 ton platform with 1,330 ton living-quarters module and bridge connecting it to PEMEX's Akal-G production platform already in operation.

Dragados Offshore, which is part of Dragados Industrial, is the only Spanish company specialized in building jackets, oil platforms, process and service modules, living modules, turrets, anchor and distribution buoys and modular plants.

Among the huge projects that have been completed recently at their yard in Cadiz are the Britannia jacket, the largest built at this plant to date, weighing 21,000 tons and measuring 158 meters high, and the Öresund Bridge for which Dragados built 49 deck slabs with a total length of 6.8 kilometers.

The projects carried out by Dragados Offshore are mainly for delivery in the North Sea, the West Coast of Africa, the Atlantic coast of North and South America and the Mediterranean and are for the foremost oil groups.


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