Offshore Drilling

Feds will wait til March to open sealed Gulf bids

Posted on January 24, 2014 at 5:24 pm by Jennifer A. Dlouhy WASHINGTON — Oil companies that hope to nab new drilling leases near the U.S.-Mexico boundary in the Gulf of Mexico will have to wait a little longer to see if they were successful. Interior Secretary Sally […]

Shipping and Offshore Industries Sector Conferences and North American Marine Awards Dinner

MORGAN MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS 690 Mill Hill Terrace Southport, CT  06890 USA +1 203 255 4686 (tel.) +1 203 260 0480 (mob.)  For Immediate Release North American Shipping and Offshore Industries Head to Houston for Sector Conferences and North American Mari

NOIA Echoes Importance of U.S. House Subcommittee Hearing on Atlantic Seismic Exploration

For Immediate Release: Friday, January 10, 2014 Contact:  Nicolette Nye, (202) 465-8463,     NOIA Echoes Importance of U.S. House Subcommittee Hearing on Atlantic Seismic Exploration   Washington, D.C. – National Ocean Industries Association President Randall Luthi issued the following statement on the hearing on seismic […]

2014 should be the Year of the Arctic for energy exploration

BY RANDALL LUTHI | JANUARY 6, 2014 AT 10:07 AM Energy exploration in the Arctic has been a hot topic in recent years and is not likely to cool down in 2014. The United States was stuck in neutral on the topic for 2013, but those […]

Ann Chapman – N.C. needs offshore oil and gas activity

By Ann Chapman For StarNews Media Published: Monday, January 6, 2014 at 9:33 a.m. Last Modified: Monday, January 6, 2014 at 9:33 a.m. The energy industry is a consistent driver of employment and economic growth in many areas of the country, from the Rocky Mountains […]

Crude Debate: Should Washington Lift Oil Export Ban?

Crude Debate: Should Washington Lift Oil Export Ban? An oil tanker docked at a ConocoPhillips refinery in Louisiana. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)(Mario Tama/Getty Images) By Amy Harder January 6, 2014 A federal ban dating back decades that restricts exports of crude oil is suddenly in […]

Luthi: Virginia’s offshore gold mine awaits

Richmond Times Dispatch Guest-Columnists Randall Luthi | Posted 11 hours ago Forty years ago, the oil embargo awakened our nation to a harsh reality. Our natural resource-rich country was unable to meet its growing energy needs and was dependent on foreign energy sources, mainly oil. Without international trade […]

Budget deal gives boost to US-Mexico Gulf treaty

Posted on December 11, 2013 at 9:55 am by Jennifer A. Dlouhy Pacific Drilling's Santa Ana drillship struck oil at Chevron's Coronado prospect in the Gulf of Mexico. (Pacific Drilling) WASHINGTON — Legislation to enact a long-stalled international treaty governing oil drilling along the U.S.-Mexico border in the Gulf is […]

The Motley Fool “Should We Drill Off of the Atlantic Coast?”

By Matthew DiLallo December 6, 2013 There could be as much as 10 billion barrels of oil and gas off of America's Atlantic coast. But according to former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, "We really don't know a lot about what's down there." In fact, he […]

Free Enterprise: “Study: Atlantic Coast Energy Development Will Create 280,000 Jobs”

by Sean Hackbarth Dec 6, 2013 Offshore energy production has been declining for years. Bad policies have made 86% of the U.S. coast off-limits to safe development. That has inhibited job creation and economic growth, but better policies can reverse this. A new study, produced by Quest […]
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