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All personnel return to Gulf of Mexico manned platforms after Michael

Data from the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement released Oct. 15 shows Gulf of Mexico oil and natural gas production that had been shut-in due to Hurricane Michael continues to improve, with an estimated 198,000 barrels of oil per day and 168 MMcf/d of gas still offline.

This is about 11.7% of daily oil output and 6.6% of gas production in the Gulf of Mexico, down from 15.8% and 8.9%, respectively, on Oct. 14 and down from 32.4% and 13.05%, respectively, on Oct. 12.

Based on data from offshore operator reports from six companies, personnel have returned to all 687 manned platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.