BSEE: Production in US GoM Returns to Normal
Offshore oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico continue to restore production following Tropical Storm Isaac. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) Hurricane Response Team will continue to work with offshore operators and other state and federal agencies until operations return to normal.
Personnel remain evacuated on a total of 10 production platforms, equivalent to 1.68 percent of the 596 manned platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. Production platforms are the structures located offshore from which oil and natural gas are produced.
Personnel remain evacuated from one rig, equivalent to 1.32 percent of the 76 rigs currently operating in the Gulf. Rigs can include several types of self-contained offshore drilling facilities including jackup rigs, submersibles and semisubmersibles.
- Gulf of Mexico production ramps up after Isaac (fuelfix.com)
- Gulf Oil Production About 80% Shut-In Due to TS/Hurricane Isaac (247wallst.com)
- Hurricane Isaac’s Impact On Oil Prices Would Likely be Short-term (valuewalk.com)
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