Gulf of Mexico offshore gas production continued to rebound Sunday in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement said about 271.4 MMcf/d of gas was shut in as of 11:30 am CDT, 8.4% of normal Gulf gas output of 3.2 Bcf/d. That is down from 10.5% Saturday. Personnel remained evacuated from 30 production platforms, or 4.1% of the 737 manned platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. That compares to 43 platforms Saturday. PIPELINES AND PROCESSING * Kinder Morgan, which moves move than one-third of the natural gas consumed in the US, continued to see restrictions on some segments of its Tennessee Gas Pipeline. * Pipeline operator Williams said Sunday about 215 MMcf/d of offshore gas supply was shut in by Gulf producers feeding its Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line system. That is down from 255 MMcf/d Friday and 280 MMcf/d at the height of the […]