You are Trying to View a Free ArticleDaily News You Can't Find Anywhere Else
Offshore Platform Permit Applications on the Rise in the Gulf of Mexico, an Industrial Info Market Brief
Industry Segment: Market Brief | Word Count: 109 Words
Attachment: Platform Permit Applications
In the first quarter of 2019, five companies submitted permit applications for new non-temporary platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. This is up from three permit applications in first quarter 2018. Although only two have received permit approval so far, historically more than 94% of applications receive approval.
Castex Offshore Incorporated (Houston, Texas) and Fieldwood Energy LLC (Houston) have received permit approval for new platforms in Main Pass Block 207 and South Marsh Island Block 132, respectively. Companies still awaiting approval include EnVen Energy Ventures LLC (Houston) in South Pelto Block 16, Renaissance Offshore LLC (Houston) in Ship Shoal Block 266 and Talos Energy Offshore LLC (Houston).
Subscribe Now! All Fields Required...
- Great Lakes Leads North America in Food & Beverage Project Spending, an Ind...
- Germany to Close Remaining Coal-Fired Plants by 2038, an Industrial Info Ma...
- China Sees Slowdown in Power Generation Capacity Growth, an Industrial Info...
- Indonesia's PT PLN Told to Use Palm Oil-Based Biodiesel for Power Plants, a...
- South Asia's Paper Packaging Market Grows, an Industrial Info Market Brief
- Current Economic Indicators
- Free Daily Industrial Articles
- Monthly Industrial Newsletter
- IIR's Disaster Impact Tracker