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Hurricane Ian First Weather Event to Hit Gulf Production This Year

OIL

Hurricane Ian is denting US Gulf production as BP and Chevron both announce they have shut in production at offshore platforms this week.

  • It is the first hurricane to impact Gulf production this year.
  • The storm is expected to peak at some point on Wednesday.
  • BP said it has evacuated personnel from its 130,000 bpd Na Kika, and from its 250,000 bpd Thunder Horse platform. Chevron has begun removing all personnel from its Petronius and Blind Faith platforms and shutting-in their output, the company said. The two account for about 105,000 bpd of oil production and 90 million cubic feet per day of gas output.
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Hurricane Ian is denting US Gulf production as BP and Chevron both announce they have shut in production at offshore platforms this week.

  • It is the first hurricane to impact Gulf production this year.
  • The storm is expected to peak at some point on Wednesday.
  • BP said it has evacuated personnel from its 130,000 bpd Na Kika, and from its 250,000 bpd Thunder Horse platform. Chevron has begun removing all personnel from its Petronius and Blind Faith platforms and shutting-in their output, the company said. The two account for about 105,000 bpd of oil production and 90 million cubic feet per day of gas output.