Four Deepwater Platforms Readied For Gulf Of Mexico Operations

Tubb, Rita
April 2013
Pipeline & Gas Journal;Apr2013, Vol. 240 Issue 4, p87
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the preparation of four deepwater facilities in Gulf of Mexico for the development of reserves in the area in 2014. It says that the semi-submersible drilling and production platform from Chevron Corp. is being set up for the development of the Jack/St. Malo fields. It mentions that the Olympus TLP hull from Shell will be used for two deepwater discoveries of Shell such as West Boreas and South Deimos.


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