MMS weighing options for ‘ultra-deep’ incentives
Petroleum News Houston Correspondent
Government help appears on the way for “ultra-deep” explorers on the Gulf of Mexico’s continental shelf, where wildcatting expenses are sure to be astronomical in this new and financially risky gas play situated more than 25,000 feet below the ocean floor.
The U.S. Minerals Management Service, in a....
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Question of how to provide incentives
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