Platforms scattered on the horizon in the "Rabbit Patch," the busiest spot in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas production, south of Port Fourchon, La., Jan. 10, 2018. Struggling operators in the shallow waters of the gulf are benefitting from the Trump administration’s efforts to upend financial, environmental and safety regulations.
Platforms scattered on the horizon in the "Rabbit Patch," the busiest spot in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas production, south of Port Fourchon, La., Jan. 10, 2018. Struggling operators in the shallow waters of the gulf are benefitting from the Trump administration’s efforts to upend financial, environmental and safety regulations. Chris Carmichael The New York Times
Platforms scattered on the horizon in the "Rabbit Patch," the busiest spot in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas production, south of Port Fourchon, La., Jan. 10, 2018. Struggling operators in the shallow waters of the gulf are benefitting from the Trump administration’s efforts to upend financial, environmental and safety regulations. Chris Carmichael The New York Times