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November 6, 1997 | Bloomberg News
Chevron Corp. said drilling projects in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico should add more than 2 billion barrels of crude to its reserves over the next 10 to 20 years. New technology has opened water deeper than 1,000 feet to oil and natural gas production, making offshore fields in bodies of water such as the Gulf of Mexico among the hottest areas for drilling. Annual production from the gulf is expected to increase 42%, to 1.
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November 6, 1997 | Bloomberg News
Chevron Corp. said drilling projects in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico should add more than 2 billion barrels of crude to its reserves over the next 10 to 20 years. New technology has opened water deeper than 1,000 feet to oil and natural gas production, making offshore fields in bodies of water such as the Gulf of Mexico among the hottest areas for drilling. Annual production from the gulf is expected to increase 42%, to 1.
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September 18, 1988 | From Reuters
Bush helped form an oil-drilling operation in Mexico in 1960 using local front men in an apparent attempt to circumvent Mexican law, a weekly newspaper said Saturday. The financial newspaper Barron's said Bush and associates at the Houston-based Zapata Off-Shore Co. teamed up with a prominent Mexican named Jorge Diaz Serrano to hide the 50% American involvement in Perforaciones Marinas del Golfo (Permargo) from the Mexican government. The report, written from Mexico City, also said the U.S.
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September 18, 1988 | From Reuters
Bush helped form an oil-drilling operation in Mexico in 1960 using local front men in an apparent attempt to circumvent Mexican law, a weekly newspaper said Saturday. The financial newspaper Barron's said Bush and associates at the Houston-based Zapata Off-Shore Co. teamed up with a prominent Mexican named Jorge Diaz Serrano to hide the 50% American involvement in Perforaciones Marinas del Golfo (Permargo) from the Mexican government. The report, written from Mexico City, also said the U.S.
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