April 2012
Features

Regional Report - Gulf of Mexico: The difference a year can make as activity creeps toward pre-Macondo levels

At this time last year, the United States government had awarded only a handful of deepwater drilling permits after the prolonged moratorium that followed the Deepwater Horizon disaster. Rigs and investment dollars had been leaving the Gulf of Mexico at a staggering rate during that period, but all was not lost.

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