The Gulf of Mexico saw its largest decrease in crude oil production since 2008 in August

In August 2020, the Federal Offshore Gulf of Mexico (GOM) saw its largest monthly decrease in production of crude oil since September 2008, dropping by 453,000 barrels per day (b/d), or 27%. Production of crude oil in the GOM totaled 1.2 million b/d in August 2020, which is its lowest production rate in nearly seven years. The regional drop in production resulted from the path of both Hurricanes Laura and Marco in late August. Read more The Gulf of Mexico saw its largest decrease in crude oil production since 2008 in August

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