Almost three decades after BP started investigating the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, the organization stays one of the area's driving oil and gas makers.
The deepwater Gulf of Mexico is one of BP's center regions all inclusive, and BP trusts it has critical open doors for future development based around four noteworthy delivering center points, four non-worked center points and an exceedingly forthcoming real estate position.
Subsea Oil Production
Somewhere in the range of 2014 and 2017, its normal day by day creation in the district expanded from 252,000 barrels of oil proportional to in excess of 300,000 barrels for every day. This mirrors BP's proceeded with venture at its four monstrous Gulf of Mexico generation stages: Atlantis, Na Kika, Thunder Horse and Mad Dog.
Thunder Horse Infographic
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The Thunder Horse development consists of a semi-submersible Production/Drilling/Quarters (PDQ) facility, with the capacity to produce 250,000 b/d of oil, and 200 mmscfd of gas.