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HOUSTON, May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- @ShallowWaterNRG, the Twitter feed of the Shallow Water Energy Security Coalition, will be live-tweeting this week's floor consideration of H.R. 1229, the Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act of 2011.
WASHINGTON, April 14, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is a statement by Senator Bob Graham and William K.
Advice from political activists, not industry professionals being heeded by administration to detriment of U.S. economy HOUSTON, Dec. 8, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Engineering professor and petroleum industry veteran Michael J.
HOUSTON, Oct. 20 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Jim Noe, Executive Director of the Shallow Water Energy Security Coalition , issued the following statement today regarding the ruling by Judge Martin Feldman in Ensco Offshore Co. v.
Officials said the US lifted a ban on Tuesday on deepwater drilling in the Gulf of Mexico imposed after the BP oil spill.
News Analysis: End of offshore oil drilling ban signals shift of U.S. energy strategy WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 (Xinhua) -- U.S. Senate on Saturday approved the lifting of a quarter-century ban on offshore oil and gas drilling, a move analysts say marks a major shift in U.S. energy strategy.
By Lee Davidson Deseret News and Associated Press WASHINGTON -- The House, responding to growing public demand for more domestic energy, voted Wednesday to end a quarter-century ban on oil and natural gas drilling off the Pacific and Atlantic coasts - - and a more recent ban on developing oil shale in Utah, Wyoming and Colorado.
By Andrew Taylor Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Democrats have decided to allow a quarter-century ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts to expire next week, conceding defeat in a months-long battle with the White House and Republicans set off by $4 a gallon gasoline prices this summer.
By H. Josef Hebert WASHINGTON - House Republicans attacked a Democratic offshore drilling plan Friday for including a 50-mile coastal buffer that they said would leave untouched most of the 18 billion barrels of oil in waters now off-limits to energy companies.