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Zinke announces plan to reverse Obama offshore drilling bans
A jackup in the U.S. Gulf. Photo courtesy of BOEM
Gulf offshore lease sale returns $121 million in high bids
BOEM approves Eni exploration in Beaufort Sea
GULF OF MEXICO - Aerial view of oil being burned from the Deepwater Horizon/BP incident, May 19, 2010. Favorable weather conditions allowed burns to total more than nine hours. The burns are part of an effort to reduce the amount of oil in the water and .
Trump eyes combining offshore regulatory agencies
The WesternGeco survey ship Western Pride could be one of five permitted to conduct seismic surveys off the U.S. Atlantic coast. ShipSpotting.com photo by user Patalavaca.
NOAA starts permit process for East Coast seismic surveys
Ocean Confidence, a semisubmersible deepwater drill rig used in the Gulf of Mexico. Image via BOEM/Courtesy of Diamond Offshore
Gulf of Mexico oil and gas lease sale nets $275 million
The Middlegrunden wind farm, comprising 20 2-MW bonus wind turbines, is located east of the northern tip of Amager, Denmark. Department of Energy photo.
North Carolina offshore wind lease fetches $9 million
Sun filters down on a jack-up rig in the Gulf of Mexico. BOEM photo.
73 million acres in Gulf of Mexico to be opened for oil and gas development
New York wind energy challenge stalls in federal court
A map shows the wind energy area for lease offshore Kitty Hawk, N.C. BOEM image.
Wind lease sale to offer 122,000 acres offshore North Carolina
The Obama administration denied six pending permits to conduct seismic surveys for oil and gas off the Atlantic coast. BOEM image.
Obama administration denies Atlantic survey permits