Gulf of Mexico Shallow Water Production Could Boom In Early 2020

Posted by Stonewall Engineering on Nov 26, 2019

Figure 1: OCS Facility in the Gulf of Mexico - https://www.flickr.com/photos/usgao/6304012128/

A separation deep and shallow water provinces in the Gulf of Mexico could lead to more drilling, jobs, and profitability for the gulf coast.

With the recent elections now over, more and more oil and gas companies and families are continuing to worry about the future of oil and gas in the south Louisiana region.

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BSEE and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management could be shining new light

But the BSEE and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management could be shining new light on more opportunity for Louisiana's oil and gas industry to bounce back.

Now, the gulf will be recognized as two separate provinces in regard to drilling and production.

While the deep water segment put up some of its highest production numbers last year, shallow water may be given a chance to reap some of the wells that it has drilled over the past decade.

Learn more about BSEE's Incentive

Read the full story here, and see what Scott Angelle (BSEE's Director) has to say about the subject.

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