Pars Oil's gas platform sunk in Arabian Gulf
- Iran: Thursday, January 31 - 2013 at 01:28
Iran's Pars Oil and Gas Co has announced the support structure of its $40m gas platform has sunk to the bottom of the Gulf in an installation attempt, Mehr news has reported. The heavy metal support jacket, one of four planned for phase 13 of Iran's South Pars gas field project, plunged to a depth of 80 metres on Tuesday morning, and bad weather is delaying efforts to fish it out, the company said. "Bad water and weather conditions have presented difficulties for recovering this giant structure," Pars official Sepehr Sepehri said.
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