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Country summary: Gulf of Mexico
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Gulf of Mexico - recent news
|18 Jul 19
||GoM: Interior announces region-wide oil and gas Lease Sale 253 for Gulf of Mexico
U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt has announced that the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) will offer 77.8 million acres for a region-wide lease sale scheduled for Aug. 21, 2019. Lease Sale 253 will be the fifth offshore sale under the 2017-2022 Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Oil and Gas Leasing Program.
|05 Jul 19
||GoM: Byron Energy's South Marsh Island 74 D-14 well plugged and abandoned
JV partner Metgasco reports that the Byron operated SM74 D14 BP1 exploration well has been drilled to total depth and has logged wet sands in the primary objective. The well is being plugged and abandoned.
|30 Jun 19
||GoM: GulfSlope Energy launches shallow prospect program
GulfSlope Energy has announced the execution of a letter of intent with a privately held oil and gas company to form a joint venture to generate and drill shallow depth prospects in the Gulf of Mexico.
|27 Jun 19
||GoM: W&T Offshore acquires ExxonMobil producing properties in the Gulf of Mexico
W&T Offshore has entered into a purchase and sale agreement with ExxonMobil to acquire their interests in and operatorship of oil and gas producing properties in the eastern region of the Gulf of Mexico, offshore Alabama, and related onshore processing facilities for $200 million.
|25 Jun 19
||GoM: LLOG starts production at Buckskin in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico
LLOG Exploration Company has initiated production from the Buckskin Project in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. The initial phase of this large-scale, deepwater project consists of two wells in Keathley Canyon 829 and a six-mile subsea tieback to the Lucius platform at Keathley Canyon 875.
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