Gulf of Mexico
Anadarko operates the largest number of floating facilities in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico with additional exploration prospects, discoveries, large-scale developments and hub-and-spoke opportunities.
Anadarko Production in the Gulf
Anadarko is among the largest independent leaseholders and producers in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, with more than 1.9 million gross acres,10 operated floating facilities and production of approximately 160,000 BOE/d.
Lucius & Heidelberg
Anadarko’s newest spar facilities, Lucius and Heidelberg, began production in January 2015 and January 2016, respectively – both achieving first oil just three years after sanction. A testament to the company’s safety-first culture, crews working on the spars completed them without a lost-time incident.
Anadarko Operated Facilities:
- Heidelberg (2016)
- Lucius (2015)
- Constitution (2006) – expanded to host Caesar/Tonga (2012)
- Marco Polo (2005)
- Red Hawk – successfully decommissioned (2014)
- Gunnison (2004)
- Nansen (2002)
- Boomvang (2002)
- Holstein (acquired in 2016)
- Horn Mountatin (acquired in 2016)
- Marlin (acquired in 2016)
View opportunities to join Anadarko’s deepwater Gulf of Mexico production teams.
“As an industry leader in deepwater exploration and project management, the Gulf of Mexico has been an important part of Anadarko’s portfolio for many years, and with our 10 floating operated facilities, and our significant inventory of high-margin development opportunities and exploration prospects, we are ideally positioned to continue our hub-and-spoke value-creation model.”
— Danny Brown
Executive Vice President, International & Deepwater Operations
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