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Ocean Confidence, a semisubmersible deepwater drill rig used in the Gulf of Mexico. Image via BOEM/Courtesy of Diamond Offshore
Trump moves to expand offshore drilling, change regulations
A drilling rig offshore California. Creative Commons photo by TheConduqtor.
Trump to study oil drilling off California coast
Four platforms off the coast of California. BOEM photo
NOIA elects top directors
Thunder Horse on location in the Gulf of Mexico along with the Discoverer Enterprise, Heerema Thialf and Heerema Balder
Anticipated Trump order would expand offshore drilling
The Transocean jackup rig GSF Constellation II. Creative Commons photo by Remi Jouan.
International oil tycoons bet on an offshore rig recovery
A Caelus rig in Smith Bay, Alaska. Caelus Energy photo.
Hurdles abound to tap major Alaska offshore oil discovery
The Na Kika floating production storage facility in the Gulf of Mexico. BOEM Photo.
Zinke takes helm of Interior Department
An Exxon deepwater platform. Exxon photo.
Under new CEO, Exxon may shift business focus back to U.S.
The drilling rig Polar Pioneer in the Skrugard field in the Barents Sea. Statoil photo by Harald Pettersen.
Arctic drilling off Norway set for record
Coast Guard Sector New Orleans received a distress call from the lift boat, Superior Trust, near Southwest Pass, Louisiana, Feb. 15, 2017. Coast Guard photo)
Four crew rescued in Louisiana liftboat mishap
Oil rigs off the coast of Galveston, Texas. The western and central Gulf of Mexico, which includes offshore Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, is one of the major petroleum-producing areas of the United States, accounting for 19.5% of all US oil.
Still no relief for the offshore sector
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