Gulf of Mexico Poised for Oil and Gas Production Growth

Carson, Erin; Mercurio, Angelique
March 2015
EnerKnol Research;3/12/2015, p1
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The article reports on the likely growth of oil and gas production in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) under the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management-proposed 2017-2020 GOM Lease Sale 246 oil and gas leases in the Western GOM Planning Area. It discusses the 2006 Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act (GOMESA) for offshore oil and gas leases. Also discussed is Chevron Corp.'s collaboration with BP Exploration & Production Inc. and ConocoPhillips Co. to increase offshore project cost-effectiveness.


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