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U.S. oil firms restore operations in storm-tossed Gulf of Mexico

Reuters Thursday, 11 October 2018
U.S. oil firms restore operations in storm-tossed Gulf of MexicoMajor oil producers and drillers, including Chevron Corp and BP Plc , on Thursday began returning crews to more than 90 offshore facilities in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico that were evacuated this week as Hurricane Michael moved through the Gulf.
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According to Reuters, oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico are slowly going back online, after Hurricane Michael passed through the offshore region. The storm forced oil produces to shut down their offshore drilling platforms, while evacuating crews. The evacuations caused oil output in the Gulf to drop by...

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