Statoil Evacuates Eagle Ford Shale Staff Ahead of Hurricane Harvey

Source: Reuters 8/24/2017, Location: North America

Statoil ASA is evacuating staff from the Eagle Ford shale region as Hurricane Harvey moves closer to the Texas coast. The Norway-based oil producer is securing its two drilling rigs in the shale region and will close wells on a case-by-case basis depending on flooding risk, though the company’s goal would be to not close a well, said spokesman Erik Haaland.


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