Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Vermilion-380-Fire-in-Gulf-of-Mexico-27MZIFI5D0_I.htmlConceptually similarVermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoGP0266YCompleted★★★★Vermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoGP0266ZCompleted★★★★Vermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoGP02670Completed★★★★Vermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoGP02671Completed★★★★Vermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoGP02672Completed★★★★Vermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoGP02675Completed★★★★Vermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoGP02676Completed★★★★Vermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoGP02677Completed★★★★Vermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoGP02674Completed★★★★View AllGP02673Vermilion 380 Fire in Gulf of MexicoFire boats spray water as smoke pours from a fire on the Vermilion 380 production platform in the Gulf of Mexico. The United States Coast Guard and Houston-based Mariner Energy, owner of the platform, said all 13 people aboard at the time of the morning fire had been rescued with no injuries. The Vermilion platform, some 80 miles south of Louisiana's Vermilion Bay, is a permanent rig that operates in 340 feet of water.Locations:Gulf of Mexico-Louisiana-North America-United States of AmericaDate:2 Sep, 2010Credit:© Andy Levin / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4000px X 2667pxKeywords:Accidents-Aerial view-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Energy infrastructures-Fire service-Fires-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Offshore drilling-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil (Industry)-Oil drilling-Oil fires-Oil rigs-Outdoors-Ships-Spraying-Toxics (campaign title)-Water cannonsShoot:Vermilion 380 Oil Rig Fire in Gulf of MexicoThe Vermilion 380 production platform burns in the Gulf of Mexico as fire boats attempt to extinguish the flames. Some 13 people aboard at the time of the fire were rescued with no injuries. The Vermilion platform, some 80 miles south of Louisiana's Vermilion Bay, is a permanent rig that operates in 340 feet of water.