EXPLORATION

Operators assess damage after Hurricane Ida

GULF of Mexico onshore and offshore oil and gas operators are assessing the damage as Hurricane Ida subsides, while hundreds of thousands across the state of Louisiana are left without power.

 Hurricane Ida viewed from the International Space Station.

Hurricane Ida viewed from the International Space Station.

  The hurricane knocked out around 94% of the Gulf's oil and gas production while the loss of power could last up to three weeks, according to utility officials.  ExxonMobil reported no damage to...

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