Few signs of oil/gas industry damage

BP’s recorded storm message this morning says it has begun re-manning all of its Gulf of Mexico facilities and that the current outlook is “no significant damage has occurred as a result of the storm.”
Further proof of their confidence in the lack of damage: this morning’s message will be the last Ida-related update.
Chevron reports that its Pascagoula, Miss. refinery “safely weathered the storm and continues to operate.”
A number of other updates via Reuters:

• The Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP) planned to resume
offloading tankers late Tuesday or early Wednesday.

• Marathon Oil is restaffing the Ewing Bank platform, which produces 11,700 bpd of oil and 10.5 MMcfd of gas.

• The Independence Hub, a major supplier of U.S. natural gas, could resume production as early as Tuesday evening, said owner Enterprise Products Partners Enterprise’s Viosca Knoll and West Delta 68 platforms were also restarting.

• Transco gas pipeline expects 250 million cubic feet per day loss of natural gas throughput, operator Williams said.

• El Paso’s Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. said 800 mmcfd of natural gas was cut from its system.

• El Paso Corp’s Southern natural gas unit sees 240 mmcfd of natural gas shut in due to the storm.

• Transcanada says 30 mmcfd of natural gas shut in on its ANR pipeline system.