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Apache: Some production still shut in after Isaac

HOUSTON -- Apache said that Hurricane Isaac caused little damage to its facilities in the Gulf of Mexico, but some production is still shut in.

The storm caused "minimal damage that can quickly be repaired," the company said in a news release.

About 40,868 bopd and 118 MMcf of gas is still shut in "due largely to third-party infrastructure that is still being restarted," the company said.

Dow Jones Newswires

 

09/05/2012

 

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