(redirected from Gulf of Mexico)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
GUFMEXGulf of Mexico
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The increasing partnership, merger and acquisition in market for oil and gas midstream have boosted the Gulf of Mexico oil and gas midstream market.
According to the company, it provides contract drilling services through a fleet of 27 mobile offshore drilling units, composed of 23 self-elevating jack-up rigs and four ultra-deepwater drillships in the US Gulf of Mexico, the UK and Norwegian sectors of the North Sea, the Middle East as well as Trinidad.
The human and environmental systems in the regions both adjacent to and beyond the Gulf of Mexico are deeply interconnected with it.
The Navy commander had also late in November announced that his country is serious about sending its fleet of warships to Latin America and the Gulf of Mexico despite the US opposition.
Nutrient pollution from agriculture, due to the use of fertilizers in the Midwest, and developed land runoff in the Mississippi River, has negatively impacted the Gulf of Mexico.
Tampnet announced in March that it has reached 25% of its planned coverage for the Gulf of Mexico.
Enbridge's Offshore Pipelines division now owns and operates 11 active natural gas-gathering and FERC-regulated transmission pipelines, and two active oil pipelines, connecting to deepwater developments in four major corridors of the Gulf of Mexico.
The American Sea: A Natural History of the Gulf of Mexico comes from an author who worked for more than a decade researching the Gulf of Mexico's natural evolution.
201 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, (941) 383-5593;
7 January 2014 - US oil and natural gas company SandRidge Energy Inc (NYSE:SD) said today it will dispose of its Gulf of Mexico business to Fieldwood Energy LLC for USD750m (EUR550m) in cash.
Though it wasn't a snap inspection, Jewell said that "maintaining the public's trust in the safety and environmental performance of oil and gas production is critically important as we continue to tap into the gulf's abundant resource potential." The Interior Department estimates the Gulf of Mexico contributes about 25 percent of the domestic oil and 11 percent of the domestic natural gas to the U.S.
Full browser ?