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Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
10 a.m. CDT
(July 15, 2019)

Tropical Storm Barry has moved north out of Louisiana and dissipated. As it is now safe to begin returning staff to operations, we:

  • have returned personnel to our operated Constitution and Heidelberg platforms,
  • expect to return personnel to our operated Holstein and Marco Polo platforms today, and
  • restarted production at the operated Marlin facility.

We expect to resume production at all of our operated facilities that were shut in due to Barry following platform assessments and availability of third-party infrastructure.

This will be our final update on Tropical Storm Barry.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
1 p.m. CDT
(July 12, 2019)

We continue to carefully monitor Tropical Storm Barry in the Gulf of Mexico. To ensure the safety of our people and protection of the environment, we have:

  • removed all personnel and shut in production at our operated Constitution, Heidelberg, Holstein, and Marco Polo platforms, and 
  • shut in production at our operated Lucius and Marlin platforms due to downstream infrastructure closures.

These platforms will remain shut in until the weather has cleared, it is safe to return staff, and/or downstream infrastructure re-opens. 

We will provide additional updates as they become available.

Gulf of Mexico Weather Update
9 a.m. CDT
(July 10, 2019)

We are carefully monitoring the weather conditions in the Gulf of Mexico. To ensure the safety of our people and protection of the environment, we are:

  • removing all non-essential personnel from our operated eastern GOM facilities, and
  • removing all personnel and shutting in production at our operated central GOM facilities. Platforms that are being shut in include Constitution, Heidelberg, Holstein, and Marco Polo. These platforms will remain shut in until the weather has cleared and it is safe to return staff. 

We will provide additional updates as they become available.

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