OGJ Newsletter

12/16/2013
GENERAL INTEREST — Quick Takes API-NOIA study lists Atlantic OCS development benefits Opening the US Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf to oil and gas activity could create 280,000 jobs, generate $195 billion in private investment, and increase US production by 1.3 million boe/d, a new study concluded. The Quest Offshore Inc. analysis, which the American Petroleum Institute and National Ocean Industries Association jointly commissioned, also found US Atlantic OCS exploration and production could contribute up to $23.5 billion/year to the US economy, and generate $51 billion in revenue for federal and state governments during 2017-35. If the first US Atlantic OCS lease sales were held in 2...
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