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Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
2 p.m. CST
(Sept. 1, 2017)

We have returned personnel to all of our operated Gulf of Mexico facilities. Production is ongoing at all of our operated platforms with the exception of Nansen, Boomvang and Gunnison, which we anticipate restarting soon subject to third-party pipelines. Additionally, we expect to resume normal business hours at our offices in The Woodlands on Tuesday, Sept. 5.

This will be the final Flash Feed update related to Hurricane Harvey.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
8 p.m. CST
(Aug. 30, 2017)

The status of our Gulf of Mexico operations remains unchanged from the Flash Feed update at 6 p.m. on Aug. 28, 2017. 

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
5 p.m. CST
(Aug. 29, 2017)

The status of our Gulf of Mexico operations has not changed since the previous Flash Feed update at 6 p.m. on Aug. 28, 2017. Additionally, although our office in The Woodlands was not damaged, due to the widespread flooding and road conditions throughout Houston, it will remain closed until further notice.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
6 p.m. CST
(Aug. 28, 2017)

In the Gulf of Mexico, we have resumed production at our operated Lucius facility. Only Boomvang, Gunnison and Nansen in the western Gulf remain shut in until the weather permits the safe return of our personnel to these facilities.

As mentioned in yesterday's update, although our office in The Woodlands was not damaged, due to the widespread flooding and road conditions throughout Houston, it will remain closed until further notice.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
5 p.m. CST
(Aug. 27, 2017)

We extend our sincere appreciation to all of the first responders and so many others for their selfless actions in the midst of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey. All of the residents and families affected by this devastating storm are in our thoughts and prayers, and we have contributed $1 million to the United Way disaster relief fund to help our neighbors during this time. 

Although our headquarters in The Woodlands has not been significantly damaged to date by the storm, due to the widespread flooding and damage throughout the greater Houston area, our offices in The Woodlands will be closed until further notice. 

Operationally, we have returned crews to our operated Lucius platform in the Gulf of Mexico and expect to restart production as pipelines permit. Production has resumed at our operated Constitution, Heidelberg, Holstein and Marco Polo facilities. We will not return personnel to the Boomvang, Gunnison and Nansen spars in the western Gulf until Tropical Storm Harvey has cleared the way for a safe return. 

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
5 p.m. CST
(Aug. 26, 2017)

We continue to monitor Tropical Storm Harvey, and with the weather clear of our operated Lucius facility, we have safely returned personnel to the platform. We anticipate restarting production at Lucius following an inspection of the facility and as third-party pipelines and conditions permit. We will not return personnel to our operated facilities at Boomvang, Gunnison, and Nansen in the western Gulf until there is greater certainty on Harvey's track. We have resumed production at our Heidelberg, Constitution, Marco Polo and Holstein platforms. We will continue to closely monitor the weather conditions and are prepared to remove our people as necessary to ensure their safety.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
4 p.m. CST
(Aug. 25, 2017)

We continue to monitor Hurricane Harvey in the Gulf of Mexico. Our operated facilities at Boomvang, Gunnison, Lucius and Nansen remain shut in and all personnel have been safely removed from these locations in the western Gulf. We will not begin returning personnel nor restart production until the hurricane has passed and it is safe to do so. Additionally, we have shut in production at our operated Constitution, Heidelberg, and Holstein platforms in the eastern portion of the Gulf due to shut ins at third-party pipelines. We will continue to closely monitor the weather conditions and are prepared to remove additional personnel as necessary to ensure their safety.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
5 p.m. CST
(Aug. 24, 2017)

We are closely monitoring Hurricane Harvey in the Gulf of Mexico. We have safely removed all personnel and temporarily shut in production at our operated Boomvang, Gunnison, Lucius and Nansen facilities, which are located in the western portion of the Gulf. These facilities will remain shut in until the hurricane has passed, and it is safe to return our people to these offshore locations. We will continue to track Harvey and are ready to remove additional personnel and shut in production at our operated facilities in the eastern portion of the Gulf if necessary.  

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
5 p.m. CST
(Aug. 23, 2017)

We continue to closely monitor the weather conditions in the Gulf of Mexico, and given the potential path of Harvey, we have safely removed all personnel and temporarily shut in production at our operated Boomvang, Gunnison, Lucius and Nansen facilities. These facilities will remain shut in until the weather has cleared, and it is safe to return our people to these offshore locations. We will continue to track Harvey and are prepared to remove additional personnel and shut in other operated facilities in the Gulf if necessary.  

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
4 p.m. CST
(Aug. 22, 2017)

We are closely monitoring the weather conditions in the Gulf of Mexico, and as a precautionary measure, we are removing non-essential personnel from our operated facilities at Boomvang, Gunnison, Lucius and Nansen. Although, there have been no impacts to production at this time associated with the weather, we are prepared to shut in our facilities and evacuate remaining personnel if necessary to ensure safety and protect the environment. 

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