Oil production in U.S. Gulf of Mexico off 32 pct from storm - BSEE regulator
Petroleumworld 10 15 2018
U.S. Gulf of Mexico producers have cut oil output by 32 percent and natural gas output by 13 percent due to lingering effects of Hurricane Michael, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement said on Friday, citing reports from 27 companies.
The cuts represent 550,313 barrels per day of oil production and 334 million cubic feet per day of natural gas output, BSEE said. The reductions stem from well shut-ins made in advance of the hurricane that drove through the Gulf of Mexico this week. ()
Reporting by Gary McWilliams; Editing by Bill Berkrot from Reuters.
reuters.com 12 11 2018
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