UPDATE 4-Mexico offshore oil rig accident kills 2; output normal - Pemex
(Adds comment from platform operator, Grupo Salinas plus details on injured workers)
MEXICO CITY May 5 (Reuters) - Mexican oil company Pemex said an accident on Tuesday has left an offshore maintenance rig in the southern Bay of Campeche listing, killing two workers, but has not affected crude production.
Pemex said the Troll Solution rig, which was contracted to operate in Pemex's Abkatun-Pol-Chuc shallow water oil field, was positioning itself to carry out maintenance on wells linked to the Caan Alf platform.
It earlier reported that two workers had suffered minor injuries.
"The accident on the Troll Solution platform does not affect production because it is a mobile platform dedicated to well maintenance," Pemex said in a Tweet.
Oilfield services firm Typhoon Offshore, owned by Mexican conglomerate Grupo Salinas and operator of the platform, said in a statement that the platform had been completely evacuated and that 10 workers were injured and receiving medical care.
Local media put the injured toll at 28 workers.
A Grupo Salinas spokesperson added that there was no oil or gas spilled as a nearby well was closed prior to the incident.
Photos circulated on social media showed dark streaks in the water stretching a few hundred meters (yards) from what appeared to be the platform, which was tilting steeply. Continuación...