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Anadarko outlined Tuesday a corporate hibernation for 2016 that executives said will carry the independent oil and gas producer through the oil bust.
The first defendant accused in an Eagle Ford Shale oil theft scheme was sentenced Wednesday in Del Rio.
An Anadarko Petroleum Corporation official had no timeline Tuesday on when the Ramsey unit near Orla will reopen.
Spokesman John Christiansen says the blaze was contained to one area of the plant, which halted operations following Thursday morning’s accident.
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation says the accident happened Thursday morning at the Ramsey plant near Orla.
The ruling states that the project to update four pump stations and control systems along the 800-mile line, known as Strategic Reconfigurations, was “imprudently” managed.
On Monday, the Woodlands-based oil explorer released a video showing the spar’s 23,000-ton hull traveling 400 miles over four days.
Nearly 79,000 Houston-area workers were surveyed to determine the winners of the sixth annual Top Workplaces event.
Three of the biggest oil and gas producers in the world — Exxon Mobil, ConocoPhillips and Chevron — also appeared on the list.
With just five companies participating and only 33 leases sold, the turnout was the lowest western Gulf auction since area-wide leasing began in 1983, according to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.