AMPOL secures contract in Equatorial Guinea

Offshore staff

NEW IBERIA, Louisiana – The American Pollution Control Corp. (AMPOL) has secured a contract to complete an asbestos abatement procedure in Equatorial Guinea.

The agreement between AMPOL and the operator includes performing the asbestos abatement onboard a drillship located off of the coast of West Central Africa. The project will require a crew of three and is expected to take 30 to 45 days to complete.

09/15/2011



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