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Large developments to bring steady gains in deepwater Gulf of Mexico production


Large developments to bring steady gains in deepwater Gulf of Mexico production

Report summary

Deepwater GoM production is expected to rise by 100,000 boe/d in 2013, and to regain its pre-Macondo high in 2016. Growth is expected to come from an increase in development size, bringing higher risks but steady gains in upside potential.

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  • Production increases return in 2013
  • Steady gains expected through 2020
    • New developments to drive production growth
    • The size of new developments will continue to grow
    • Higher risk accompanies larger developments
  • Larger developments may alter the operating landscape

In this report there are 4 tables or charts, including:

  • Production increases return in 2013
    • Deepwater Gulf of Mexico production profile
  • Steady gains expected through 2020
    • Deepwater Gulf of Mexico production profile by current commercial development status
    • Number and size of new deepwater Gulf of Mexico developments
  • Larger developments may alter the operating landscape
    • Operated and non-operated production of the top 10 companies in deepwater GoM
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