MMS, operators take stock after Ike
Hurricane destroys at least 28 platforms in Gulf of Mexico, others severely damaged; more reports of devastation expected
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Reported damage to Gulf of Mexico oil and gas facilities is mounting in the wake of Hurricane Ike, while government authorities try to figure out how long before the region’s production can be restored to pre-hurricane levels.
“We expect additional reports of damage as weather allows more flights ou....
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Operators resume production
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