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Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 26, 2013

API is partnering with the National Ocean Industries Association and the Independent Petroleum Association of America in an effort to warn of a provision in a water development bill (S.601) that could limit future offshore oil and natural gas activity.

In a letter to members of a House-Senate conference committee considering the legislation, the three groups cite a portion of the bill that would create a National Endowment for the Oceans – which the groups argue could result in “additional and unnecessary authority over ocean resources.” The groups write that regulations already exist to manage those resources.

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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted December 1, 2010

API President and CEO Jack Gerard yesterday sent a letter to Interior Department Secretary Ken Salazar, providing the industry's thoughts and concerns about the proposed Ocean Energy Safety Institute (OESI). This new entity, as proposed by the government, would provide a forum for a collaborative government-industry research initiative aimed at improving the safety of U.S. offshore energy development. 

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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 24, 2010

In a Tallahassee Democrat op-ed published this week, the Florida Petroleum Council's Dave Mica challenges recent inaccurate claims that oil and natural gas jobs are declining and production off Florida's coast will harm the tourism industry.

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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 1, 2010

Offshore drilling will be on the agenda when Florida's annual legislative session begins tomorrow. No legislation has been introduced yet, but AP reports that resolutions have been introduced to lift drilling bans in federal waters near Florida's coastline. 

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