Royal Dutch Shell said on September 16 that it had restored production at its 100,000 boepd Perdido platform in the Western Gulf of Mexico, which was shut ahead of Hurricane Nicholas. Shell also said that it continued ramping up production at its Appomattox, Auger, and Enchilada/Salsa facilities which were put offline in late August ahead of Hurricane Ida. Meanwhile, the company’s Mars, Olympus, and Ursa assets remained shut in as of September 15.
According to the US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, 513,878 bpd or 28.2% of crude output and 878.6 Mcfd or 39.4% of gas production in the US Gulf of Mexico were still shut as of September 16. BSEE noted that 42 or 7.5% of platforms in the Gulf remained without crew.
Tags: AlwaysFree,Americas,Crude Oil,English,Gas,USPublished on September 20, 2021 1:00 PM (GMT+8)
Last Updated on September 20, 2021 1:00 PM (GMT+8)