Gulf of Mexico
Anadarko is among the largest operators in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico with exploration opportunities, discoveries, large-scale developments and producing fields.
Anadarko Production in the Gulf
Anadarko is among the largest independent leaseholders and producers in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, with more than 2 million net acres and seven operated floating facilities.
Anadarko’s newest and largest spar facility, Lucius, began production in January 2015 – three years after it was sanctioned. This world-class project in the Keathley Canyon area is estimated to hold more than 300 million BOE of recoverable resources. A testament to the company’s safety-first culture, crews working on the spar completed more than 9 million hours during development without a lost-time incident.
Lucius is Anadarko’s most technically advanced truss spar to date, and its 80,000-barrels-of-oil-per-day design is currently being replicated for Anadarko’s Heidelberg spar as part of the company’s “design one, build two” approach.
Anadarko Operated Facilities:
- Lucius (2015)
- Independence Hub (2007)
- Constitution (2006) – expanded to host Caesar/Tonga (2012)
- Marco Polo (2005)
- Red Hawk – successfully decommissioned (2014)
- Gunnison (2004)
- Nansen (2002)
- Boomvang (2002)
View opportunities to join Anadarko’s deepwater Gulf of Mexico production teams.
“Of all the accomplishments to bring Lucius to First Oil, we're most proud of keeping each of our employees and contractors safe every day. We credit this to living Anadarko's values and our LiveSAFE culture.”
— Matt Lamey
Facilities Engineering Manager
Public health and employee safety are our top priorities in planning for every scenario.