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Deepwater Oil Drilling: US & Gulf of Mexico

Enterprise, Genesis complete oil pipeline in deepwater GoM

Enterprise Products Partners LP and Genesis Energy LP report that their jointly owned crude oil gathering pipeline serving the Lucius production area in southern Keathley Canyon of the Gulf of Mexico is now mechanically complete and it began earning revenues on July 1.

Hess updates offshore operations

Hess Corp. recently reported operational highlights for 2Q 2014.

Shell outlines Mars B development strategy

Shell recently detailed its deepwater development strategy, with a particular emphasis upon its Mars B project in the Gulf of Mexico.

Shell further defines Norphlet’s pay in the GoM

Shell has made a third major discovery through the Rydberg discovery in the Norphlet play in deepwater of the Gulf of Mexico.

Inpex acquires additional interest in Lucius deepwater Gulf of Mexico project

Inpex Corp.’s subsidiary, Teikoku Oil (North America) Co., Ltd. has acquired an additional participating interest in the Lucius deepwater Gulf of Mexico project. 

Infield sees subsea market growth over next five years

The “Global Perspectives Subsea Market Report to 2018” by Infield predicts that capex in the segment will grow by 6.72% over the time span.

Freeport-McMoRan completes acquisition of deepwater GOM interests

Freeport-McMoRan Oil & Gas has completed its acquisition of certain of Apache Corp.’s interests in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.

Noble Energy takes interest in deepwater GoM tracts

Noble Energy Inc. (NYSE: NBL) has agreed with BP Exploration & Production Inc. to acquire 50% of BP's interest in 17 deepwater exploration leases in the Atwater Valley protraction area of the Gulf of Mexico.

RPSEA to fund SEG Advanced Modeling project

Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA) has selected SEG Advanced Modeling Corp. (SEAM) to receive $1.9 million in project funding for its "Pressure Prediction and Hazard Avoidance" project.

Offline wells reduce value in US deepwater Gulf

Wood Mackenzie recently studied the number of days of production per month for more than 1,200 wells in deepwater Gulf of Mexico between 2007 and 2013. Production wells are thought of as flowing more or less consistently. However, these wells can be shut-in for numerous reasons including inclement weather, equipment failure, and on-going maintenance drilling programs like workovers, side tracks, and recompletions. Based on the study, producing oil and gas wells in deepwater GoM were online on average only 79% of the time - less than 10 months in any given year.


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Offshore Engineering in the Concordia Wreck Removal Project

In this webinar, TECON, design contractor in the Titan-Micoperi joint venture, will discuss how they used Bentley’s SACS software for the str...