One-Third of Gulf Oil Output Remains “Shut-In” Two Days after Michael

(From UPI)

Some hydrocarbon producers that evacuated facilities and suspended extraction in the Gulf of Mexico ahead of Hurricane Michael had not yet fully restarted operations as of noon on Friday.

As much as 32 percent of the area’s crude oil production and 13 percent of the natural gas production still “shut-in,” a U.S. agency said Friday.

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