Making Progress on Putting The Gulf of Mexico Back to Work

Olson, Pete
January 2012
Sea Technology;Jan2012, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p39
The article discusses offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. Topics covered include the economic impact of the moratorium on offshore oil production in the Gulf of Mexico, the permitting process for offshore drilling, and performance-based regulations. It is noted that the development of America's resources may provide energy independence.


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