South America / GoM
Country summary: Gulf of Mexico
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Gulf of Mexico - recent news
|05 Aug 21
||GoM/Mexico: BHP approves Shenzi North project and moves Trion project into the FEED phase
BHP has approved US$544 million in capital expenditure to execute the Shenzi North oil project in the US Gulf of Mexico. In addition, BHP has also approved US$258 million in capital expenditure to move the Trion oil project in Mexico into the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) phase.
|05 Aug 21
||GoM: Williams announces agreement on deepwater Whale project
Williams has reached an agreement with Shell Offshore and Chevron U.S.A. to provide offshore natural gas gathering and crude oil transportation services as well as onshore natural gas processing services for the Whale development located approx. 10 miles from the Shell-operated Perdido host facility.
|04 Aug 21
||GoM: Byron Energy spuds SM69 E2 well
Byron Energy has provided an update regarding the drilling of the Byron operated, 100% working interest, South Marsh Island 69 E2 well ('SM69 E2').
|28 Jul 21
||GoM: Transocean announces two contract awards in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico
Transocean has been awarded two contracts which, in aggregate, contribute approx. $55.5 million in backlog. The Deepwater Conqueror and the Deepwater Asgard have both been awarded one-well contracts in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
|27 Jul 21
||GoM: Shell invests in the Whale development in the Gulf of Mexico
Shell has announced the final investment decision (FID) for Whale, a deep-water development in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico which will be Shell’s 12th deep-water host in the Gulf of Mexico and is currently scheduled to begin production in 2024.
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