November 2011, Vol. 238 No. 11


Ziff Energy Completes 8th Gulf Of Mexico Deepwater Operations Study

Ziff Energy recently completed the 8th edition of its Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Improving Field Performance (IFP) study, which evaluates 2010 operations for 36 deepwater-producing assets in the Gulf of Mexico. Participation included seven deepwater operators, with majors such as Shell and Chevron, and leading independents such as Anadarko, who collectively account for 1 MMBOE/d total produced in the deepwater region. While the Gulf of Mexico Deepwater was in the spotlight last year with the Macondo incident, the region represents by far the most important domestic oil supply area for the U.S. (other significant Lower 48 areas include the Permian Basin in West Texas and New Mexico

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