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Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
10 a.m. CDT
(Oct. 12, 2018)

We have returned personnel to the previously evacuated operated platforms in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. The facilities were undamaged by the storm, and we anticipate restarting production as soon as third-party infrastructure allows. This will be our final Flash Feed update as it pertains to Hurricane Michael.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
7 a.m. CDT
(Oct. 11, 2018)

We continue to carefully monitoring the projected path of Tropical Storm Michael, and our operated Horn Mountain, Marco Polo and Marlin platforms in the eastern Gulf of Mexico remain shut in to protect the environment. At this time, other Anadarko-operated and producing platforms remain staffed and operational as we continue to watch the weather conditions. We plan to return personnel as soon as it is safe to do so.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
3:30 p.m. CDT
(Oct. 9, 2018)

We continue to carefully monitoring the projected path of Hurricane Michael, and our operated Horn Mountain and Marlin platforms in the eastern Gulf of Mexico have been shut in to protect the environment, and all personnel have been removed from these facilities. We will only return our people when the weather has cleared and it is safe to do so. At this time, other Anadarko-operated and producing platforms remain staffed and operational as we continue to watch the weather conditions.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
5 p.m. CDT
(Oct. 8, 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 and shut in production at our operated Horn Mountain and Marlin platforms. All other Anadarko operated and producing platforms remain on production as we continue to watch the potential path of Tropical Storm Michael.

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