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Cotemar extends Prosafe contracts for Pemex at Cantarell in GoM

Prosafe Safe Britannia
Prosafe Safe Britannia

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LARNACA, Cypress – The Cotemar Group of Mexico has extended further its contracts with Prosafe covering the Safe Britannia and Jasminia. Both are semisubmersible accommodation vessels.

The Safe Britannia now is contracted to the end of 2014 and the Jasminia is contracted to the end of October 2013.

Total value of the agreements is $58.5 million.

Earlier this year, Cotemar extended the contracts for both vessels to work for Pemex in Cantarell field offshore Gulf of Mexico.

4/03/13

Prosafe Jasminia
Prosafe Jasminia

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