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A Rowan jackup drilling rig. Rowan Companies photo
Biden administration must act swiftly to implement a final five-year lease sale program
The wind turbine installation vessel Vole au Vent installs the first wind turbine in U.S. federal lease waters, as part of the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project, June 20, 2020. Dominion Energy photo.
Virginia urges caution to avoid wind power conflicts with fishing, shipping industries
Sun filters down on a jack-up rig in the Gulf of Mexico. BOEM photo.
Proposed program for OCS leasing includes 10 potential Gulf sales
Three North Atlantic right whales feeding at the water surface in Cape Cod Bay. Brigid McKenna/Center for Coastal Studies photo, under NOAA research permit #19315-01.
New York wind developers, environmental groups sign agreement on right whales
Biden administration pushes out new offshore wind initiatives
The trawler Virginia Marise from Point Judith, R.I., near the Block Island Wind Farm. Deepwater Wind photo.
Fishing advocates seek new funding for offshore wind studies
The TechnipFMC vessel Deep Star. TechnipFMC photo
DNV awards class notation for DP systems to TechnipFMC
The Biden administration proposes to create a marine sanctuary in the Hudson Canyon, the undersea gorge that runs from southeast of New York Harbor through the outer continental shelf. Graphic does not represent any boundary line. NOAA image.
Biden administration proposes Hudson Canyon marine sanctuary
The Coast Guard’s Atlantic Strike Team assisted BSEE in completing the refurbishment of BSEE's National Oil Spill Response Research and Renewable Energy Test Facility in Leonardo, N.J., known as Ohmsett, by refilling the 667-foot wave tank, the largest of its kind in North America, with seawater from the nearby Sandy Hook Bay — a three-day operation that ended on March 24, 2022. BSEE screen shot
Oil spill testing facility receives major facelift
US Wind proposes building up to 121 wind turbines on its lease in federal waters 10 miles east of Ocean City, Md. At right are traffic separation lanes for Delaware Bay. US Wind image.
BOEM begins review of US Wind Delmarva project
Transocean owns or has partial ownership interests in and operates a fleet of 37 mobile offshore drilling units, consisting of 27 ultra-deepwater floaters and 10 harsh environment floaters. Transocean web page photo
Transocean signs $181 million extension for harsh environment semisubmersible
The DEME Marine installation vessel Orion is contracted to install foundations for 176 turbines on the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project. DEME image.
DEME’s Orion to install Virginia wind turbine foundations
The Premiere Explorer of Venice, La., stands by near a controlled burn of spilled oil from in the Deepwater Horizon/BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico June 9. Coast Guard Photo by Petty Officer First Class John Masson.
BSEE conducts unannounced oil spill response inspections in Gulf
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