Unlocking the Secrets Buried Deep in the Gulf of Mexico

Two hundred thirty miles southwest of New Orleans, a vessel called the Turritella floats on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico. It’s an FPSO, which stands for floating production, storage, and off-loading facility—basically a cross between an oil platform and a tanker.

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