GULF OF MEXICO FIELD ATLAS SCHEDULED

The U.S. Minerals Management Service and the Department of Energy have let a $3,851,688 contract to the Texas Bureau of Economic Geology to help MMS develop an atlas of northern Gulf of Mexico oil and gas fields. Scott Sewell, MMS director, said the atlas will compile regional trends of major reservoirs into subregional groupings. He said it should be especially valuable to smaller companies that do not have large staffs of geologists. MMS also announced several other contracts:

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