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Anadarko flows oil at Lucius field in the Gulf of Mexico

19th January 2015

Anadarko launched production on January 16, 2015 at the Lucius Oil Field, which includes portions of Keathley Canyon blocks 874, 875, 918 and 919 in the US Gulf of Mexico, according to junior partner Inpex Corporation

Anadarko flows oil at Lucius field in the Gulf of Mexico
Anadarko is among the largest independent leaseholders and producers in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, with more than 2 million net acres and seven operated floating facilities. Source: Anadarko Petroleum

The Lucius Oil Field is located approximately 380-kilometres southwest of Port Fourchon, Louisiana, where the water is approximately 2,160-metres deep.

Oil and natural gas produced at the oil field will be processed at a floating facility capable of processing 80,000 barrels of oil and 450MMscf of natural gas per day, and then transported to an onshore facility in the State of Louisiana by way of an undersea pipeline.

The Lucius deepwater US Gulf of Mexico project is operated by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, which has overseen the development of oil and natural gas at the oil field since the Lucius partners made a Final Investment Decision (FID) in December 2011.

Inpex is involved in the project through subsidiary Teikoku Oil (North America) Co., Ltd.

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