Decommissioning advances made in Gulf of Mexico waters

01/15/2001
Click here to enlarge imageAs the world's producing basins continue to mature, oil and gas companies will have to face the various issues that surround the decommissioning and potential removal of their production platforms.Arguably, the greatest advances in the processes involved in the decommissioning and removal of platforms have been made in the Gulf of Mexico's Outer Con tinental Shelf (OCS). For years, operators in the gulf have had to grapple with what to do with platforms once they've reached the end of their economic lives, all the while advancing into deeper waters.In addition, advancements in technology have provided operators with a broader range of options for p...
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