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Hurricane Sally Remains Strong Category 1 Storm, Threatens Significant Flooding, a Weather Impact Update by Industrial Info

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Ahead of Hurricane Sally, 147 offshore platforms have been evacuated, representing 395,790 barrels per day (BBL/d) of crude oil and 685 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) of natural gas production offline. Another 379,651 BBL/d of crude capacity in the storm's path has remained online. Royal Dutch Shell has curtailed only 12% of the production from its Appomattox, Mars, Ursa and Olympus platforms, while BP is maintaining operations at the Na Kika and Thunderhorse platforms after evacuating non-essential personnel.

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