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Year of Water Year of Water Year of Water Year of Water

Field name Location discovery depth (ft) Operator MD (ft) Field name Location discovery depth (ft) Operator MD (ft) Field name Location discovery depth (ft) Operator MD (ft) Field name Location discovery depth (ft) Operator MD (ft)

1 Allegheny South Green Canyon 298 2005 3,280 ENI 15,977 23 Falcon East Breaks 579 2001 3,400 Pioneer 10,295 45 Lorien Green Canyon 199 2003 2,179 Noble Energy 10,787 67 Princess Mississippi Canyon 765 2000 3,650 Shell 27,156
2 Anduin Mississippi Canyon 755 2005 2,400 ATP 15,555 24 Freedom/Gunflint Mississippi Canyon 948 2008 2,696 Newfield NA 46 Lost Ark East Breaks 421 2001 2,740 Noble Energy 7,770 68 Puma Green Canyon 823 2004 4,130 BP 19,034
3 Anduin West Mississippi Canyon 754 2008 2,696 Newfield NA 25 Front Runner Green Canyon 338 2000 3,500 Murphy 24,258 47 Magellan East Breaks 424 2007 2,800 Mariner NA 69 Quatrain Green Canyon 382 2002 3,500 Murphy 22,918

2000 TO 2008 4
5
Aspen
Balboa
Green Canyon 243
East Breaks 597
2001
2001
3,063
3,373
Nexen
Anadarko
24,815
9,350
26
27
Front Runner South
Garden Banks 205
Green Canyon 339
Garden Banks 205
2001
2002
3,500
1,329
Murphy
LLOG
21,359
5,863
48
49
Marco Polo
Medusa North
Green Canyon 608
Mississippi Canyon 538
2000
2003
4,300
2,185
Anadarko
Murphy
18,071
10,130
70
71
Raptor
Raton South
East Breaks 713
Mississippi Canyon 292
2003
2007
3,600
3,400
Pioneer
Noble
NA
20,913
6 Boris Green Canyon 282 2001 2,393 BHP 7,159 28 Geauxpher Garden Banks 462 2008 2,820 Mariner NA 50 Mighty Joe Young Green Canyon 737 2000 4,429 Mariner 11,400 72 Redrock Mississippi Canyon 204 2006 3,334 Noble Energy 23,365
7 Brutus Ru Green Canyon 202 2002 3,160 Shell 18,055 29 Geauxpher Garden Banks 465 2008 2,820 Mariner NA 51 Mississippi Canyon 401 Mississippi Canyon 401 2002 1,134 Apache NA 73 Shenzi Green Canyon 654 2002 4,400 BHP 26,857

DEEPWATER 8 Caesar Green Canyon 683 2006 4,500 Anadarko 29,721 30 Genghis Kahn Green Canyon 652 2005 4,300 BHP Billiton 29,130 52 Mississippi Canyon 503 Mississippi Canyon 503 2007 3,099 LLOG NA 74 Slam Mississippi Canyon 849 2002 3,599 Noble Energy 16,227

DEEPWATER GULF OF MEXICO 9


10
11
Claymore
Clipper
Cottonwood
Atwater Valley 140
Green Canyon 299
Garden Banks 244
2006
2005
2001
3,700
3,452
2,000
Anadarko
Pioneer
Petrobras
24,803
18,352
23,730
31
32
33
Gladden
Goose
Green Canyon 448
Mississippi Canyon 800
Mississippi Canyon 751
Green Canyon 449
2008
2003
2008
3,116
1,548
3,266
Newfield
Hydro
LLOG
NA
14,288
NA
53
54
55
Mississippi Canyon 68
Mississippi Canyon 72
Mississippi Canyon 837
Mississippi Canyon 68
Mississippi Canyon 72
Mississippi Canyon 837
2000
2008
2001
1,353
2,013
1,520
Walter
LLOG
Walter
NA
NA
7,000
75
76
77
South Dorado
Sturgis
SW Horseshoe
Viosca Knoll 915
Atwater Valley 183
East Breaks 430
2003
2003
2000
3,494
3,700
2,285
BP
Chevron
Walter
14,990
NA
10,346

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13
14
Crested Butte
Danny
Dawson Deep
Green Canyon 242
Garden Banks 506
Garden Banks 669
2004
2007
2001
2,846
2,700
3,000
Nexen
Helix (ERT)
Kerr-McGee
24,395
NA
20,720
34
35
36
Gunnison
Harrier
Hawkes
Garden Banks 668
East Breaks 759
Mississippi Canyon 509
2000
2003
2001
3,131
3,609
4,174
Kerr-McGee
Pioneer
ExxonMobil
21,730
NA
23,143
56
57
58
Navajo
Ness
Noonan
East Breaks 690
Green Canyon 507
Garden Banks 506
2001
2001
2007
4,114
3,950
2,700
Kerr-McGee
Amerada Hess
Helix (ERT)
12,972
12,500
NA
78
79
80
Swordfish
Tahiti
Telemark
Viosca Knoll 961
Green Canyon 640
Atwater Valley 63
2001
2002
2000
4,677
4,017
4,385
Mariner
Chevron
ATP
NA
27,500
18,898
15 Dawson Deep Garden Banks 625 2004 2,900 Kerr-McGee 10,835 37 Healey Green Canyon 82 2007 2,420 W&T 11,980 59 North Boomvang1 East Breaks 599 2001 3,153 Anadarko 12,080 81 Tomahawk East Breaks 623 2003 3,514 Pioneer 9,054
1,000 FT  4,999 FT 16 Deimos Mississippi Canyon 806 2002 3,000 Shell 21,850 38 Hornet Green Canyon 379 2002 3,849 Anadarko 19,350 60 North Boomvang2 East Breaks 598 2001 3,416 Anadarko 9,818 82 Tubular Bells Mississippi Canyon 725 2003 4,300 BP 31,131
www.halliburton.com 17 Devils Island Garden Banks 344 2002 2,300 Helix (ERT) 25,177 39 Jason Green Canyon 344 2000 2,126 Newfield NA 61 Northwest Navajo East Breaks 646 2002 3,937 Kerr-McGee 12,860 83 Tulane Garden Banks 158 2001 1,100 Amerada Hess 12,000
18 Droskhy Green Canyon 244 2007 2,900 Marathon NA 40 K2 Green Canyon 562 2002 3,956 Agip 25,971 62 Ochre Mississippi Canyon 66 2002 1,144 Mariner 7,572 84 West Navajo East Breaks 689 2002 3,905 Kerr-McGee 12,918
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20
Durango
Entrada
Garden Banks 667
Garden Banks 782
2001
2000
3,150
4,642
Kerr-McGee
Callon Petroleum
16,139
20,305
41
42
K2 North
Knotty Head
Green Canyon 518
Green Canyon 512
2004
2005
4,000
3,557
Anadarko
Nexen
26,641
34,189
63
64
Ozona Deep
Pardner
Garden Banks 515
Mississippi Canyon 400
2001
2001
3,280
1,200
Marathon
Anadarko/Apache
NA
17,010
85
86
West Tonga
Wrigley
Green Canyon 726
Mississippi Canyon 506
2007
2005
4,700
3,700
Anadarko
Newfield
NA
19,800
21 Ewing Bank 1006 Ewing Bank 1006 2003 1,854 Walter 12,382 43 Longhorn Mississippi Canyon 546 2006 2,461 Nexen 18,090 65 Perseua Viosca Knoll 830 2003 3,376 Chevron 13,134 87 Yosemite Green Canyon 516 2001 4,452 Agip 11,745
This map is not to be used for navigational purposes. © Hart Energy Publishing 22 Ewing Bank 878 Ewing Bank 878 2000 1,523 Walter 9,378 44 Longhorn North (prev. Ringo) Mississippi Canyon 502 2006 2,329 ENI 11,125 66 Pony Green Canyon 468 2006 3,440 Amerada Hess 32,448

Challenge Summary Legend


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SALT CANOPY LOWER TERTIARY TREND MIOCENE TREND
Miocene Lower Tertiary Salt Canopy Halliburton Answers
Targets in the deepwater Miocene The Lower Tertiary trend is generally The extensive Salt Canopy greatly The complex challenges presented DEEPWATER DISCOVERIES ULTRA-DEEPWATER DISCOVERIES
trend have generally been influenced characterized by older sediments with impacts seismic imaging quality. by the Miocene and LowerTertiary
by salt intrusion, making reservoir lower porosities, ultra-deepwater Salt bodies present unique well trends, coupled with the Salt Canopy
geology difficult to understand. depths, reservoir depths greater than planning demands, slow drilling in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, are
Projects in the development phase immense.This table merely sug-
26,000 ft and high bottomhole progress and require highly
must balance increased well gests a few.
pressures. engineered completion solutions to
complexity with a desire to reduce ensure long-term well productivity. The answers are equally complex.
drilling and completion costs.
Shaped by geologic and economic
extremes, they require an all-inclusive
EXPLORATION: EXPLORATION: EXPLORATION: perspective that leverages every
• Seismic imaging in narrow • Limited geologic/analogue • Seismic attenuation capability across all disciplines.
mini-basins well information • Depth imaging below salt
• Sand identification • Lack of reservoir modeling • Defining base of salt Success in deepwater environments 65
• Locating and identifying inclusions also calls for a service company with
DRILLING: reliable and proven technology, along 75
VIOSCA KNOLL
• Narrow drilling margin DRILLING: DRILLING: with the experience and customer 78
• Borehole stability challenges • High well costs • Drilling optimization through salt commitment to achieve efficiencies
• Complex well trajectories in • Narrow drilling margin • High vibration and shock through the entire process, for the
development projects • Extreme reservoir depth • Salt exit strategy life of the well.
30 15
• Improving drilling efficiency • Unexpected “tar” deposits 62 53 54
At Halliburton, we understand 29
the critical operating challenges 31
COMPLETION AND PRODUCTION: COMPLETION AND PRODUCTION: COMPLETION AND PRODUCTION: 72 21
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• Unconsolidated formations • High completion cost • Casing size limitations
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• Cross flow between wells • Low reservoir porosity and • Salt creep for an in-depth look at how we can 71 1
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• Production declines that • Economic challenges due to • Reservoir compaction with 46
Gulf of Mexico.
must be offset with methods reservoir quality and flow pressure depletion 10
capability 48
to enhance recovery 64 51 42
MISSISSIPPI CANYON 63 DESOTO CANYON
33 37 40 41
49 44 52 86 36
Corpus Christi 43 60
82 34 22 39
47 51
32 3 2 67 18 32 62 16 54
31 8 38
22 55 16 56 55
EWING BANK 28 9
74
24 17 44
21

80 35 50 4
37
83 45 7 9 3
64
11 27 12 4 18 76

6 1 10 24
25 26
17
39 25
38 69 6
77 29
46 47
12

GARDEN BANKS GREEN CANYON ATWATER VALLEY


66 41
23 28 13 63 33
EAST BREAKS AREA 43 LLOYD RIDGE
58 57 42 87 40
81
5 60 59 61 15 79 48
50 73
Gulf Of Mexico 70
84 56 19 34 14
20
14 8
68 30
2
35 57 85
Geologic Column 45

CORPUS CHRISTI AREA


36
Era Period Epoch Ma
7
Holocene 0.01 Recent
Quaternary

Pleistocene

Pleistocene 11
1.8
27

13
Pliocene

Pliocene

PORT ISABEL AREA ALAMINOS CANYON KEATHLEY CANYON


(Upper Tertiary)
Neogene

5.3 5
Mio-Pliocene 53
WALKER RIDGE LUND
Representative Cross Section—North to South
Miocene

Upper Miocene
Cenozoic

49 58
Middle Miocene 26
19 20 59 52
Lower Miocene
23.8 23
61
Pleistocene 10,000
Oligocene

Frio/Vicksburg
SALT Pliocene
33.7
Jackson/Yazoo CANOPY
Moody's Branch
Cook Mountain
20,000
(Lower Tertiary)
Paleogene

Sparta
U Miocene
Eocene

Weches

Queen City L Miocene


Reklaw Shale M Miocene L Tertiary
30,000
Upper Wilcox
54.8 Cretaceous
Middle Wilcox
Paleocene

Jurassic
Lower Wilcox SALT
40,000
Midway Shale
65 Illustration Credit: Berman, A. E. and J. H. Rosenfeld, 2007, Deep-water Gulf of Mexico Wilcox play: A new paradigm for the Gulf Coast Paleogene: Petroleum Frontiers, v. 21, no. 1, IHS, Inc., Englewood, CO, 56 p.
Cretaceous

Deepwater Chalks

Year of Water Year of Water Year of Water Year of Water


Mesozoic

Tuscaloosa Sands Field name Location discovery depth (ft) Operator MD (ft) Field name Location discovery depth (ft) Operator MD (ft) Field name Location discovery depth (ft) Operator MD (ft) Field name Location discovery depth (ft) Operator MD (ft)

1 Aconcagua Mississippi Canyon 305 1999 7,039 Total 13,923 18 Goldfinger Mississippi Canyon 771 2004 5,423 Dominion NA 35 Merganser Atwater Valley 37 2002 7,900 Anadarko 21,740 51 Spiderman DeSoto Canyon 621 2003 8,100 Anadarko 18,065

Deepwater Carbonates
ULTRA 2
3
Atlantis
Atlas
Green Canyon 699
Lloyd Ridge 50
1998
2003
6,133
9,000
BP
Anadarko
19,525
19,828
19
20
Gotcha
Great White
Alaminos Canyon 856
Alaminos Canyon 857
2006
2002
7,800
8,009
Shell
Shell
15,625
19,705
36
37
Mission Deep
Na Kika - Airel
Green Canyon 955
Mississippi Canyon 429
2006
1995
7,300
6,200
Anadarko
BP
26,536
12,033
52
53
St. Malo
Stones
Walker Ridge 678
Walker Ridge 508
2003
2005
6,900
9,576
Chevron
BP
28,903
29,400
4 Atlas NW Lloyd Ridge 5 2004 8,810 Anadarko 16,769 21 Horn Mountain Mississippi Canyon 126 1999 5,400 BP 14,677 38 Na Kika - Coulomb Mississippi Canyon 657 1988 7,600 Shell 16,767 54 Thunder Hawk Mississippi Canyon 734 2004 5,724 Murphy 24,831
145
5 Baha Alaminos Canyon 600 1996 7,620 Shell NA 22 Isabela Mississippi Canyon 562 2007 6,500 BP 19,100 39 Na Kika - E. Anstey Mississippi Canyon 607 1998 7,000 BP NA 55 Thunder Horse Mississippi Canyon 778 1999 6,103 BP 25,770
DEEPWATER 6
7
Bass Lite
Big Foot
Atwater Valley 426
Walker Ridge 29
2001
2006
6,623
5,000
Mariner
Chevron
14,120
25,933
23
24
Jack
Jubilee
Walker Ridge 759
Atwater Valley 349
2004
2003
7,000
8,800
Chevron
Anadarko
29,000
18,309
40
41
Na Kika - Fourier
Na Kika - Herschel
Mississippi Canyon 522
Mississippi Canyon 520
1989
1997
7,000
6,800
BP
BP
19,200
17,500
56
57
Thunder Horse North
Ticonderoga
Mississippi Canyon 776
Green Canyon 768
2000
2004
5,640
5,250
BP
Kerr-McGee
26,046
13,556
8 Blind Faith Mississippi Canyon 696 2001 6,900 Chevron 24,000 25 Jubilee Extension Lloyd Ridge 309 2005 8,774 Anadarko NA 42 Na Kika - Kepler Mississippi Canyon 383 1987 5,800 BP 17,660 58 Tiger Alaminos Canyon 818 2004 9,004 Chevron 15,231
Jurassic

9 Callisto Mississippi Canyon 876 2001 7,800 Total 20,780 26 Julia Walker Ridge 627 2007 7,087 ExxonMobil 31,167 43 Neptune Atwater Valley 575 1995 6,162 BHP 19,012 59 Tobago Alaminos Canyon 859 2004 9,627 Shell 18,510
Louann Salt DISCOVERIES 10
11
Camden Hills
Cascade
Mississippi Canyon 348
Walker Ridge 206
1999
2002
7,213
8,203
Marathon
Petrobras
15,365
30,213
27
28
Kaskida
Keltics
Keathley Canyon 292
Mississippi Canyon 912
2006
2002
5,860
6,700
BP
ExxonMobil
32,499
26,000
44
45
Q
Red Hawk
Mississippi Canyon 961
Garden Banks 877
2005
2001
7,925
5,300
Hydro
Kerr-McGee
18,607
23,500
60
61
Tortuga
Trident
Mississippi Canyon 561
Alaminos Canyon 903
2008
2002
6,500
9,687
Noble Energy
Chevron
19,885
20,500
12 Cheyenne Lloyd Ridge 399 2004 8,987 Anadarko 27,775 29 King Mississippi Canyon 84 1993 5,386 BP 15,185 46 Rigel Mississippi Canyon 252 1999 5,200 Dominion 16,200 62 Triton Mississippi Canyon 772 2002 5,610 Dominion 14,445

≥ 5,000 FT 13
14
Chinook
Constitution
Walker Ridge 469
Green Canyon 680
2003
2003
8,826
5,100
Petrobras
Kerr-McGee
27,652
13,727
30
31
King West
King's Peak 1
Mississippi Canyon 84
DeSoto Canyon 133
2002
1992
5,430
6,541
BP
BP
10,783
12,834
47
48
San Jacinto
Seventeen Hands
DeSoto Canyon 618
Mississippi Canyon 299
2004
2000
7,850
5,400
Dominion
Murphy
15,829
11,570
63
64
Vicksburg
Vortex
DeSoto Canyon 353
Atwater Valley 261
2007
2002
7,457
8,340
Shell
BHP
24,500
21,140
200 15 Dalmatian DeSoto Canyon 48 2008 5,876 Murphy NA 32 Kodiak Mississippi Canyon 771 2008 5,000 BP 31,150 49 Silvertip Alaminos Canyon 815 2004 9,226 Shell 14,778
16 Devil's Tower Mississippi Canyon 773 1999 5,607 Dominion 18,403 33 La Femme Mississippi Canyon 427 2004 5,800 Newfield 11,323 50 South Dachshund/ Lloyd Ridge 001 2005 8,340 Anadarko NA
17 Freedom/Gunflint Mississippi Canyon 948 2008 6,100 BP 29,280 34 Mensa Mississippi Canyon 731 1986 5,300 Shell 15,500 Mondo NW Extension

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