Ship Shoal gas well leak under control

Offshore staff

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Energy Resource Technology has stopped the gas leak from Ship Shoal block 225 Platform B, well 2 in the Gulf of Mexico. ERT continues to monitor the well.

The well was contained by pumping drilling fluids into the well as approved by the Bureau of Safety and Enforcement late this past week.

ERT has submitted further plans and procedures for BSEE approval regarding a permanent seal of the well.

7/15/2013

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