ExxonMobil started production from the Hadrian South gas field, which is located 230 miles south of Louisiana in the US Gulf of Mexico. The field sits at a water depth of 7,650 ft, making it the company’s deepest subsea tieback. Hadrian South is expected to reach a peak production of 300 MMcf/D of natural gas and 3,000 B/D of liquids. ExxonMobil (46.7%) is the operator with partners Eni (30%) and Petrobras (23.3%).


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