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Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
10 a.m. CDT
(Sept. 5, 2018)

With Tropical Depression Gordon weakening and moving on shore, we have begun the process of moving our people back to our Horn Mountain and Marlin facilities, with plans to restart production as safely and quickly as possible. All other Anadarko-operated and producing facilities in the Gulf of Mexico were unaffected by the storm. This will be our final Flash Feed update pertaining to Tropical Depression Gordon.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
10 a.m. CDT
(Sept. 4, 2018)

We continue to carefully monitor the weather conditions in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. All of our people have been removed from our operated facilities at Horn Mountain and Marlin. Production at both platforms remains shut in to protect the environment. All other Anadarko operated and producing platforms remain on production. We will return personnel to Horn Mountain and Marlin when it is safe to do so.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
2 p.m. CDT
(Sept. 3, 2018)

We are carefully monitoring the weather conditions in the eastern Gulf of Mexico, and to ensure the safety of our people have removed all personnel from our Horn Mountain and Marlin facilities. We have also shut in production at both platforms to protect the environment. All other Anadarko operated and producing platforms remain on production. We will return personnel to Horn Mountain and Marlin when it is safe to do so.

 

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