The Energy Information Administration reports on the falling natural gas production rates from the Gulf of Mexico and the plummeting share of United States natural gas being produced in the Gulf.More at Energy Information Administration.
Gulf of Mexico
Even though most of the media attention in the United States is going to unconventional oil and gas plays, deep-water investments in the Gulf of Mexico are still being made.
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 http://geology.com/stories/13/magnolia-oil-platform/More at Louisiana Oil and Gas Association.
Are major acquisitions of North American oil and gas assets by a Chinese state-owned company a threat to the energy security of the United States and Canada? Some members of Congress and the energy industry do not like the potential transaction.More at Toronto Star.
“The Upper Cretaceous Austin Chalk forms a low-permeability, onshore Gulf of Mexico reservoir that produces oil and gas from major fractures oriented parallel to the underlying Lower Cretaceous shelf edge. Horizontal drilling links these fracture systems to create an interconnected network that drains the reservoir.” Quoted from USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2012–5159.More at United States Geological Survey.
At Chevron’s Tahiti project in the Gulf of Mexico, 4 million gallons seawater per day are injected into a subsurface reservoir to maintain the reservoir pressure needed to recover oil and natural gas.More at FuelFix.com.