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WoodMac: Exploration survey shows industry optimistic amid geopolitics

Oil & Gas Journal | Paula Dittrick | May 13, 2019 Wood Mackenzie said its 11th annual exploration survey shows the oil and gas industry foresees a return to profits enabling exploration of promising prospects. WoodMac surveyed 258 senior energy leaders and exploration professionals worldwide. […]

A forgotten anniversary underscores importance of offshore access

Houston Chronicle | Randall Luthi | May 7, 2019 Six months ago an important offshore anniversary quietly slipped by seemingly forgotten. A decade ago, on October 1, 2008, a 27-year congressional moratorium on oil and gas drilling in the U.S. outer continental shelf expired. In […]

Elizabeth Warren has a lot of bad ideas, but her anti-drilling plan might be the worst

Washington Examiner | Mark J. Perry | April 22, 2019 The United States needs more oil and natural gas production on federal land and in coastal waters. Consider the enormous demand for energy. The Energy Information Administration expects demand will increase 6.3% through 2050. Wind […]

Era Helicopters Wins 2019 NOIA Safety in Seas (SIS) Culture of Safety Award

For Immediate Release: Thursday, April 11, 2019 Contact: Nicolette Nye, (202) 465-8463, Era Helicopters Wins 2019 NOIA Safety in Seas (SIS) Culture of Safety Award Washington, D.C. - The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) presented Era Group Inc. (“Era”) with the 2019 NOIA Safety in Seas (SIS) […]

Offshore Energy: A Window Into America’s Economic and Strategic Future

In the real world, the global demand for all forms of energy continues to grow dramatically as the economies in emerging markets expand.

Letters: Energy industry committed to offshore safety

The Advocate | Charlie Williams | March 17, 2019 As you stated in your recent editorial, “Lessons from Deepwater Horizon disaster still resonate nearly a decade later,” next month marks the ninth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill off the coast of Louisiana. The […]

Why U.S. offshore wind is finally going big

The U.S. has long been a laggard, but that's poised to change thanks to a convergence of forces that analysts see bringing enough coastal wind online over the next decade to power millions of homes.

Saudi Arabia’s Crude Supply to U.S. Gulf Falling Fast and Hard

Bloomberg | Sheela Tobben | February 27, 2019 Saudi Arabia sliced its crude supply to plants located on the U.S. Gulf Coast, the world’s largest refining center, by more than half from a year ago. And shipments may grind to a complete halt soon. The […]

$2B offshore wind farm gets R.I. approval

Providence Journal | Alex Kuffner | February 26, 2019 NARRAGANSETT — Vineyard Wind cleared a major hurdle on Tuesday when Rhode Island coastal regulators determined the $2-billion wind farm proposed in offshore waters to be consistent with state policies. Although the 84-turbine project is planned […]

LTE: Offshore oil exploration a wise move

Savannah Morning News | Ed Edwards | February 23, 2019 The editorial board in an opinion published Feb. 13 expressed their approval with the blocking of drilling off our coast. This is fine but the actual removal of oil from offshore platforms would be minimum […]
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