FACTBOX-U.S. Gulf of Mexico energy facilities down from Hurricane Nate

HOUSTON, Oct 8 (Reuters) - U.S. oil and gas producers in the Gulf of Mexico have shut production, moved drilling rigs and evacuated offshore workers as Hurricane Nate sped through the area. Workers had left from more than 300 production platforms and 13 rigs in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico by Saturday, according to the U.S. government. Operators there had shut output equal to 1.61 million barrels per day of oil and 2.48 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas due to the storm, it said. Energy companies that have halted some operations and pulled workers off platforms included BP Plc, Exxon Mobil Corp , Chevron Corp, ConocoPhillips, Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Anadarko Petroleum Corp and BHP Billiton Ltd. The U.S. Coast Guard shut ports from New Orleans to Mobile, Alabama, to inbound and outbound traffic. Nate made its initial U.S. landfall near the mouth of the Mississippi river on Saturday evening and then made a second landfall near Biloxi, Mississippi, early on Sunday. Below is a list of shut-ins or activities confirmed by companies:


COMPANY FACILITY ACTION FULL STORY BP Mad Dog, Workers evacuated Atlantic, from U.S. Gulf of NaKika, Mexico platforms

Thunder Horse platforms

Anadarko Heidelberg, Shut in oil and gas Petroleum Holstein, production and Lucius, removed all workers

Marco Polo, Horn Mountain, Constitution

BHP Billiton Shenzi, Evacuated personnel Neptune until storm passes Exxon Mobil Mobile Bay, Halted output at

Lena, Julia, subsea systems and

Hadrian moved staff off South surface platforms CHEVRON Jack/St. Removing offshore

Malo, Tahiti personnel and Blind Faith, halting output Genesis, Petronius

Statoil Titan Evacuated staff


COMPANY FACILITY ACTION FULL STORY Chevron Pipeline Co Stopped accepting and

delivering crude

American Destin Evacuated staff from Midstream Pipeline MP260 platform


COMPANY LOCATION ACTION FULL STORY Phillips 66 Alliance, Shut down this Louisiana 247,000 barrel

per day refinery

Chevron Pascagoula, Shut 330,000 bpd Mississippi oil refinery

(Reporting by Gary McWilliams; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn)