Spanish oil company Repsol is about to tap an offshore reservoir off Cuba's coast, just 77 nautical miles from Key West. Here, the Centenario platform is one of the new deepwater rigs that Mexico's state oil company, Pemex, will use to drill in ultra deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Spanish oil company Repsol is about to tap an offshore reservoir off Cuba's coast, just 77 nautical miles from Key West. Here, the Centenario platform is one of the new deepwater rigs that Mexico's state oil company, Pemex, will use to drill in ultra deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico. MCT
Spanish oil company Repsol is about to tap an offshore reservoir off Cuba's coast, just 77 nautical miles from Key West. Here, the Centenario platform is one of the new deepwater rigs that Mexico's state oil company, Pemex, will use to drill in ultra deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico. MCT

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