Offshore drilling has been the subject of many books and movies, and it’s no wonder why! It’s the exploration of vast bodies of water and their immense reserves of natural gas, oil and minerals.The offshore jobs that are offshored typically involve menial labor that is not compensated at a level that reflects the true value of those jobs. Furthermore, offshore work often involves dangerous conditions. In this blog post, we’ll go over
Offshore drilling is the process of extracting oil or gas from the seabed. Offshore drilling is a complex and dangerous business, so it is vital to ensure safety of all involved, including the people who are drilling for oil or gas. This is why offshore drilling must be carried out by companies with experience in this field.
Feinstein Introduces Bill to Permanently Ban Offshore Drilling Off West Coast
Feinstein introduced a bill to permanently ban offshore drilling in U.S. waters off the West Coast. The legislation would bar companies from conducting oil and gas operations within federal waters off California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska until they have submitted and received a permit from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Interior Department’s Bureau of Safety and Environmental
Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) introduced a bill Tuesday afternoon to permanently ban offshore drilling off the California coast. The bill would prohibit any new or expanded drilling leases, and would require existing leases to be off-limits to drilling within 200 miles of California beaches. The bill also prohibits any new or expanded permits for drilling or production in state waters off California. “
The measure would also prohibit drilling within 2 miles of the shoreline in California, Oregon and Washington, and within 4 miles in Alaska.
Keep our coasts permanently off-limits to oil and gas drilling.
Keep Our Coasts permanently off-limits to Oil & Gas Drilling (KOC) was founded by a coalition of groups and individuals who have come together in opposition to the current government plans to give the UK’s offshore areas for drilling. They are concerned that this will have significant consequences not just for coastal communities but for the entire planet.
With this blog we aim to educate the public about the dangers of offshore drilling and keep our coast off limits. If you are interested in the dangers of offshore drilling then you should read this blog. We want to make sure that all of the UK’s coastline stays permanently off-limits to oil and gas drilling.
Interior Department Invites Public Comment on Proposed Five Year Program for Offshore Oil and Gas Leasing
As required by the Department of Interior’s five year leasing program for offshore oil and gas exploration and production, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is seeking public input on the proposed five-year program. The proposal is open for public review and comment until August 21, 2012.
The program would also cover certain parts of the Outer Continental Shelf that extend beyond three miles from the shoreline. Under the proposed plan, BOEM
On September 5, 2009, the U.S. Department of Interior (the “Department”) published in the Federal Register a notice of proposed rulemaking (the “NPRM”) that proposes to establish five year leasing programs for offshore oil and gas drilling. This NPRM seeks public comment on a five-year program that would require leases for oil
Offshore Drilling and Exploration
Offshore oil drilling has a rich history stretching back over 100 years. As technology developed, the oil industry became increasingly more advanced. Today, offshore drilling provides one of the safest sources of energy we have today. Offshore drilling companies are constantly updating their practices and technology in order to ensure that they meet all safety regulations. Here at OffshoreDrillingSEO we focus on
We at Offshore Drilling Blog are committed to providing the latest news on offshore oil drilling in the US and worldwide.This is one of the most exciting things to happen in the oil business. Now the industry is at a point where we have learned enough about the process to safely
Our conclusion offshore drilling blog is a place for you to find tips and advice on the topic of offshore drilling. We are also happy to discuss other offshore drilling topics such as subsea drilling, marine drilling and much more!
This is the Conclusion Offshore Drilling Blog where we’ll cover topics like, offshore drilling, technology and equipment, jobs, recruitment, human resources, and management.
We have posts on everything from jackup rigs, submersible rigs, and floating rigs to drill ships and platforms.