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Welcome Progress on Atlantic OCS Development

Offshore Production  OCS  Environment  boem 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted July 18, 2014

The federal decision to take the next step on developing a good portion of the oil and natural gas likely to be found on the Atlantic outer continental shelf (OCS) – at least 4.7 billion barrels of oil and 37.5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas – is good, welcome and certainly significant in the effort to increase access to U.S. energy reserves.

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