Glomar Explorer to drill deepest well

Smith, Jennifer E.
March 1998
Offshore;Mar98, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p28
Trade Publication
Reports that the ship named Glomar Explorer built and designed by Global Marine will commence operations in the Atwater 119 rig in the Gulf of Mexico on March 1998 under a five-year contract with Chevron and Texaco. background information on Global Marine.


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