US Gulf operators bracing for heavy lease expirations in 1998-2000

Dodson, James; Le Blanc, Leonard
June 1996
Offshore;Jun96, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p28
Trade Publication
Presents an overview of American oil industry's drilling activities in the Gulf of Mexico from 1996 to 2000. Increase in lease expirations; Gas production's reaching its maximum; Undrilled leases by water depth and date of expiration; Wells drilled; Oil and gas production; Production by top leaseholders; Lease brokering. INSET: Will 1996 be a normal hurricane year for US Gulf?..


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