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Byron gets back to work in wake of storm

AUSTRALIAN headquartered Byron Energy said its two production platforms in the US Gulf of Mexico were only slightly damaged from last week's Hurricane Laura, which was one of the strongest Hurricanes ever recorded in the region.

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  The upstream and midstream oil and gas sector was on high alert as two hurricanes entered the Gulf at the same time last week, with many operators shutting-in both onshore and offshore facilities. ...

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