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What's Next in the Gulf

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Leslie Haines, Nissa Darbonne, Bertie Taylor, Steve Toon and Susan Klann
October 1, 2010

From Houston boardrooms to Cajun kitchen tables to Manhattan offices, a fog of uncertainty swirls around the future of the offshore industry. Ripple effects from BP’s tragic Macondo accident in April continue to cast a pall over the Gulf of Mexico.

Operators, service companies, investors and bankers use the same word to describe the outlook: uncertainty. No one doubts that the Gulf continues to hold untold petroleum potential for America, especially in ultra-deepwater plays such as the Lower Tertiary Trend and in ultra-deep wildcats such as the Davy Jones appraisal ...


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