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Big Oil Offshore Companies Evacuate Platforms Amid Hurricane Seasons First Disturbance in Gulf

The top Big Oil operators in the Gulf of Mexico said Tuesday they are evacuating workers from most of their deepwater platforms in response to this hurricane season’s first looming disturbance in the area.

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The storm, which would be named Barry if it continues to strengthen, is expected to travel westward along the Gulf Coast toward Louisiana and possibly farther.
The Gulf’s leading producers – BP, Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron – are evacuating much of their offshore personnel and shutting down oil and gas output at many of their sites in preparation of the strengthening storm. A decent chunk of the Gulf’s 2 million barrels of daily oil production is about to come offline for a few days.

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