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The Gulf of Mexico Keeps Drawing Interest


  • Of that (relatively large) portion, a fraction was leased in the recent US Gulf of Mexico Lease Sales 253.
  • The results of the US Gulf of Mexico Lease Sales 253 shows that the industry is cautiously optimistic that this won't happen.
  • Main Bids for US Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 253



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