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BOEM director: Agency will work with fishermen
BOEM is considering calls to change plans for New York Bight wind energy areas, including vessel transit lanes (blue corridors) and a buffer zone for the Hudson Canyon scallop access area (blue area). BOEM graphic.
BOEM must change New York Bight wind plans, fishermen say
The Fisheries Survival Fund representing scallop fishermen urged BOEM to change its plans to offer offshore wind leases near important scallop habitat. Mid-Atlantic Ocean Data Portal image.
BOEM to offer New York Bight wind leases; scallop fishermen urge delay
Vineyard Wind developers plan to use the 14-megawatt GE Haliade X turbine for their project 15 miles south of Martha's Vineyard, Mass. GE image.
Biden administration clears way for Vineyard Wind
The Ocean Wind turbine array off Atlantic City would send power ashore through two export cables, to the now-closed BL England coal generation plant in Cape May County and north to the former Oyster Creek nuclear generating station in Ocean County. Ørsted
Ocean Wind project worries New Jersey beach resorts, fishing industry
BOEM withdrew plans for offshore wind energy areas Fairways North and Fairways South (at top) off the South Shore of Long Island. BOEM image.
BOEM pulls two areas from New York Bight wind planning
Interior Department reverses offshore wind legal opinion
Oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico. USCG photo
BOEM rescinds record of decision for Gulf of Mexico lease sale
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BOEM issues lease for first wave energy research project
Rigs at dusk. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management photo.
European majors are top bidders at Gulf lease sale
The first Jones Act compliant offshore wind turbine installation vessel is currently being built by Keppel AmFELS at its Brownsville, Texas, shipyard for Dominion Energy. Dominion Energy rendering
Dominion sends BOEM plan for 2.6-gigawatt Virginia offshore wind project
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