Cal Dive International, Inc. (NYSE: DVR) reported a second quarter 2013 loss of $1.7 million, or $0.02 per diluted share, on revenues of $121.0 million. Included in the loss is a $4.0 million after-tax gain related to the final marked-to-market adjustment of the derivative liability on the Company’s convertible debt. This compares to a loss of $5.7 million, or $0.06 per diluted share, on revenues of $120.3 million for the second quarter 2012. For the second quarter 2013, the Company reported EBITDA of $10.2 million compared to $10.7 million for the second quarter 2012. Cal Dive also announced today that it was awarded a contract on August 6, 2013, from Pemex Exploración y Producción that is expected to generate revenue of approximately $40 million. This award is in addition to the three Pemex awards already announced in 2013 for approximately $250 million. This most recent award brings the total expected revenue from contracts awarded by Pemex to Cal Dive this year to approximately $290 million. This latest contract is for the procurement, installation and commissioning of 3.5 kilometers of 20 inch subsea pipeline and associated tie-ins to an existing platform. The offshore construction is expected to commence toward the end of the fourth quarter 2013 with the remainder of the work expected to be performed during the first quarter 2014. Commenting on the results and the contract award, Cal Dive’s Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Quinn Hébert, stated, “The second quarter saw increased revenue and profitability from all of our international regions. For the quarter our international revenues increased by over 60% when compared to the second quarter 2012 and accounted for 65% of our total consolidated revenues. We continue to focus on our strategy of expanding our international operations, and expect that approximately 70% of our total 2013 annual consolidated revenues will come from international locations, led by work in Mexico.