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The $1.3 billion Atlantis Phase 3 development is the latest example of BP’s strategy of growing advantaged oil production through its existing production facilities in the Gulf. BP photo
BP announces expansion plans in the Gulf of Mexico
An Ensco ultradeepwater semisubmersible. Ensco plc photo
What is a towing vessel?
Production is expected to start on the Shell Appomattox project before the end of 2019. Shell photo
Sliding oil prices could derail U.S. Gulf rebound
Offshore wind industry looks to Gulf expertise
AERIAL VIEW OF THREE (WHITE) DOE CRUDE OIL STORAGE TANKS IN THE FOREGROUND AT THE SUNOCO TERMINAL NEAR NEDERLAND, TX.
Oil prices in a ring of fire
The expansion has started four months ahead of schedule and 15% under budget. BP photo
BP starts expansion of deepwater GOM platform ahead of schedule
Hurricane Michael, Oct. 10, 2018. NOAA image
BSEE Hurricane Michael activity statistics: Oct. 10, 2018
Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement Director Scott Angelle (center) accompanies BSEE Inspector Josh Ladner (left) on an offshore drilling operations inspection. BSEE photo
BSEE head focuses on safety and environment at NOIA meeting
Onboard the Maersk Developer, operating the Hadrian-5 well for ExxonMobil about 200 miles offshore in the Gulf of Mexico in July 2011. Robert Seale photo
ExxonMobil to leave the Gulf?
Tropical storm Gordon was forecast to reach hurricane strength before making landfall. National Hurricane Center image.
Alabama, Mississippi ports close as tropical storm Gordon approaches
Servicing multiple fields, Na Kika is located 140 miles southeast of New Orleans in 6,340 feet of water. It is designed to process up to 130,000 barrels of oil and 550 million cubic feet of natural gas per day. Photo courtesy of BOEM
Hope, despite the domestic oil glut?
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