Efforts are underway to get U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil and gas production up and running in the wake of Hurricane Ida. Critical to these efforts will be resuming operations at Port
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The U.S. Department of the Interior today announced its intent to assess potential opportunities to advance clean energy development on the Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). The department says this
Inmarsat is extending its “three-in-one” Fleet LTE coverage for offshore service vessels to the Gulf of Mexico, following successful trials with ship management company V.Ships Offshore in the North Sea area. The
The Gulf Coast was today continuing to prepare for the impact of Hurricane Sally. Yesterday, the Captains of the Port had set Port Condition Zulu for both the Port of New Orleans
Yesterday’s region-wide Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 253 generated $159,386,761 in high bids for 151 tracts covering 835,006 acres in federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico. A total of 27 companies
AUGUST 21, 2018 — Shell’s Appomattox project in the deep waters of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico reached another milestone this month with the recent delivery of the Appomattox semi-submersible Floating Production System
AUGUST 15, 2018 — Today’s region-wide offshore oil and gas Lease Sale 251 generated $178,069,406 in high bids for 144 tracts covering 801,288 acres in federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
JUNE 14, 2018 — Shell Exploration and Production Company has awarded Gray, LA, headquartered oilfield service provider Danos a coatings contract for its Appomattox platform in the Gulf of Mexico. The coatings
MAY 9, 2018 — The downturn in the price of oil over the past few years forced oil and gas producers to rethink their approach to deepwater offshore oil and gas development.
MARCH 21, 2018 — Interior Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management Joe Balash today announced that region wide Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 250 conducted today by Interior’s generated $124,763,581 in