Deepwater insights

New deepwater production continues to proliferate, mainly off West Africa, Brazil, and the US Gulf Coast. The Far East has potential, too, as explained in the first of three exclusive articles on deepwater operations in this issue's special report, starting in the Exploration & Development section.Of these areas, the Gulf of Mexico deep water remains the most active in terms of number of wells and fields discovered and producing.Currently in the gulf, the production coming from the deepest water is the gas flowing from Marathon Oil Co.-operated Camden Hills subsea wells completed in 7,209 ft of water on Mississippi Canyon Block 348. Marathon expects a 100 MMscfd peak production rate f...

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