Marathon Oil Says Four Offshore Platforms Shut-in
Marathon Oil provides the following update concerning company operations impacted by Hurricane Rita.
Marathon Petroleum Company's (MPC) Texas City, Texas, refinery has begun start-up. Refinery units will be brought on-line as appropriate, according to our safe start procedures.
MPC's other refineries in the Midwest and Gulf Coast continue to operate at normal capacity.
Some pipeline systems operated by Marathon Pipe Line were shutdown previously. Personnel are developing plans to address storm damage and begin start-up of the pipelines.
The company's Corporate Emergency Response Team (CERT) continues to coordinate response activities to address employee and operational needs in Houston and Texas City, Texas, and Lafayette, La.
Oil & Gas Production
The Ewing Bank platform (130 miles south of New Orleans; 17,000 gross barrels of oil per day and 17.5 gross million cubic feet of gas per day) and three South Pass platforms (1,500 gross barrels of oil per day and 7.5 gross million cubic feet of gas per day) continues to remain shut in.
Operates 4 Offshore Rigs
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