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Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
5 p.m. CST
(Sept. 13, 2017)

As previously reported on Sept. 11, personnel safely returned to the two operated facilities (Horn Mountain and Marlin) that we evacuated on Sunday, and operations at both facilities have resumed. This will be our final Flash Feed update associated with Hurricane Irma.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
5 p.m. CST
(Sept. 11, 2017)

With the weather clearing in the Gulf of Mexico, we have sent personnel back to the two operated facilities (Horn Mountain and Marlin) that we evacuated on Sunday. We expect to restart production as quickly and safely as possible.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
2 p.m. CST
(Sept. 10, 2017)

As Hurricane Irma’s track has shifted to the west and in an abundance of caution we have shut in production at our easternmost operated facilities (Horn Mountain and Marlin) and safely removed all personnel. All of our other operated facilities remain operational. We will continue to monitor the path of the hurricane and are prepared to remove additional personnel and shut in production in necessary.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
4 p.m. CST
(Sept. 7, 2017)

We are closely monitoring the weather conditions associated with Hurricane Irma. Although we don't currently anticipate any impact to our operations, as a precautionary measure, we are removing non-essential personnel from our operated facilities in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Production has not been affected at this time.

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