Hurricane preparedness

07/29/2013
Typically, the months of June through November—known collectively by those dwelling in the Northern Hemisphere as Atlantic hurricane season—can be a precarious span of time for oil and gas companies operating in the Gulf of Mexico and along the Gulf Coast. Many, if not all companies with operations in the pathway of a potential storm maintain a heightened sense of awareness during hurricane season for any signs indicating the development of the next "Big One." In fact, even smaller hurricanes or tropical storms can greatly affect companies' day-to-day operations in and along the gulf. Like residents of coastal waters, companies drilling in and along the Gulf Coast require additi...
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