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Oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico. USCG photo
BOEM rescinds record of decision for Gulf of Mexico lease sale
PacWave South rendering
BOEM issues lease for first wave energy research project
The announcement comes following a year of ongoing collaboration. SeaMar photo
Okeanus to support MMT's increased U.S. offshore survey activity
The total in-stream tidal energy project will deliver up to nine megawatts of electricity to the Nova Scotia grid. Sustainable Marine photo
Sustainable Marine unveils next generation floating tidal energy platform
Vineyard Wind 1 (dark blue at center) would be the first offshore wind energy project among several planned on federal leases south of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. BOEM image.
New York energy official to lead BOEM; agency resumes Vineyard Wind review
Sediment plumes trail from the Thanet offshore wind turbine array in the North Sea in June 2015. NASA Earth Observatory/Jesse Allen.
Offshore wind turbines could affect mid-Atlantic ‘cold pool,’ study says
Shell is aiming to build an integrated power business spanning electricity generation, trading and supply. Shell photo
Shell buys 51% share in floating wind project off Ireland coast
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 calls to double offshore wind by 2030; Vineyard Wind seeks permit restart
A WindServe Marine crew transfer vessel built for the U.S. offshore wind industry. WindServe Marine LLC photo
Three ways the Jones Act will further define the maritime industry in 2021
The VolturnUS is a 65-foot-tall floating turbine prototype that is 1/8 the scale of a 6-megawatt, 450-foot rotor diameter design. It was towed down the Penobscot River and deployed in Castine, Maine, for 18 months, beginning in June 2013. Maine Aqua Ventu
Maine governor requests 10-year moratorium on wind permits in state waters
A Deepwater Wind turbine under construction off Rhode Island with the European jack-up vessel Brave Tern. Deepwater Wind photo.
New Jones Act measure will clarify rules for building offshore wind power
Rigs at dusk. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management photo.
European majors are top bidders at Gulf lease sale
The ATB is made up of the 4,000-cubic meter, 324'x64'x32'6" liquid natural gas barge Q-LNG 4000 and the 128'x42'x21' 5,100-hp tug, Q-Ocean Service. Q-LNG Transport photo
First U.S. LNG ATB goes into operation for Shell
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