Posts Tagged ‘Black Elk Energy Rig Accident’
The Philippine Embassy in Washington, D.C., confirmed Sunday, Nov. 18, that the body that was recovered by the oil rig accident site on Saturday evening was one of two missing Filipino maritime workers. The company says it has expanded its search for the other missing worker.
NEW ORLEANS, La. – One body of the two missing oil rig workers has been recovered Saturday evening at 5:25 p.m. CST in 30 feet of water near the site of the oil rig fire by divers who were contracted by the owner of the oil platform.
The U.S. Coast Guard continued their search Saturday, Nov. 17, for two oil rig workers who still remain missing the day after a fire broke out on an oil platform approximately 25 miles south of Grand Isle, La., in the Gulf of Mexico. The two men are feared dead.
GRAND ISLE, La – - Two people are reported missing following an explosion and fire that occurred on an oil platform operated by Black Elk Energy about 20 miles south of Grand Isle in the Gulf of Mexico on November 16, 2012. According to a report from KHOU-TV, the U.S. Coast Guard in New Orleans confirms that a fire has erupted in a Gulf oil rig off the Louisiana coast.
The U.S. Coast Guard received reports at about 9:15 a.m. Central Time that on Friday morning, November 16, 2012 there was an explosion and fire aboard an oil rig about 20 miles south of Grand Isle, LA. ... Read More