Proposed 1977 Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas lease sale, South Atlantic.

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Proposed Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Lease Sale Offshore of North Atlantic States, OCS Sale No. 42 (including Supplement) US Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management August (Supplement m August ) The leasing process for oil and gas exploration on the North Atlantic outer continental shelf (OCS) began in November Proposed Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas lease sale, Gulf of Mexico.

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Proposed Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas lease sale of Gulf of Mexico. [New Orleans, La.]: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, New Orleans OCS Office, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.

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Bureau of Land. Get this from a library. Proposed Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas lease sale offshore the North-Atlantic States: draft environmental statement. [United States. Bureau of Land Management.].

Proposed Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas lease sale, South Atlantic. New Orleans, La.: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, (OCoLC)   The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act requires the Secretary of the Interior, through BOEM, to prepare and maintain a schedule of proposed oil and gas lease sales in federal waters, indicating the size, timing, and location of leasing activity that would best meet national energy needs for the five-year period following Program approval.

The – Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Draft Proposed Program, released on Januincluded a proposed lease sale (number ) off the coasts of Virginia, North Carolina, South Caro-lina, and Georgia for the year This is consistent with past practice to hold only one lease sale in the first.

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Proposed Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas lease sale, Gulf of Mexico, OCS sale draft environmental impact statement 09/20 the requirements of Section 18 of the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Lands Act, 43 U.S.C.

§, for the period of mid through Proposed 1977 Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas lease sale The proposed action is a plan to offer areas of the Federal OCS for lease for oil and natural gas exploration and development. This document analyzes the.

of the Outer Continental Shelf Location and Description. Ina Federal statute, the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA), was established to manage Federal offshore areas for the exploration of mineral resources.

The term outer continental shelf means all submerged lands lying seaward and outside of the area of lands beneath navigable.

Offshore drilling for oil and gas on the Atlantic coast of the United States took place from to the early s. Oil companies drilled five wells in Atlantic Florida state waters and 51 exploratory wells on federal leases on the outer continental shelf of the Atlantic.

BOEM is responsible for all OCS leasing policy and program development issues for oil, gas and other marine minerals.

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Read More Oil and BOEM facilitates the responsible development of renewable energy resources on the Outer Continental Shelf. Read More Renewable Energy. Previous Next.

Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale Yields More Than $ Proposed Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas lease sale, offshore the Mid-Atlantic states Note Index and 5 col.

maps in envelopes. At head of title: United States Department of. REAPPRAISAL OF STATE INTERESTS IN OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF LEASE SALES UNDER THE COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT ACT: SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR v.

CALIFORNIA The oil and gas resources of the outer continental shelf (OCS)1 rep-resent both a vital source of energy2 and a potential hazard3 for sur-rounding ecosystems. The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, designed to give the Federal government power to regulate mineral lease grants on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS), was amended in to limit the Secretary of the Interior's power in response to pressure from consumer and environmental activists and from politicians and governors of the coastal states.

Outer Continental Shelf: Debate Over Oil and Gas Leasing and Revenue Sharing Most Recent Developments President Bush announced on Jthat he would like to open areas of the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) for oil and gas development currently under presidential and congressional moratoria (discussed in more detail below).

However. Executive Order of Ap Implementing an America-First Offshore Energy Strategy. By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, 43 U.S.C.

et seq., and in order to maintain global leadership in energy innovation, exploration, and production, it is hereby ordered as. Because the first Gulf of Mexico Region-wide sale in the – National Draft Proposed Program is tentatively proposed to occur near the beginning of the lease sale schedule, and given the long lead time needed to prepare for a proposed oil and gas lease sale, the administrative and environmental review processes for this sale must occur.

Proposed Lease Salewhich will be livestreamed from New Orleans, will be the second offshore sale under the National Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program for Lease Saleheld in New Orleans last August, received $ million in high bids.

TARY OF THE INTERIOR JAMES G. WATT's FIVE-YEAR OIL AND GAS LEASING PLAN FOR THE OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF 6 (Comm. Print ) [hereinafter cited as HOUSE REPORT].

The OCS is divided into four regions: Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, Pacific, and Alaska. IsSUES IN LEASING OFFSHORE LANDS, supra, at These. Lease A) for the Mid-Atlantic. Lease Sale 59 Proposed Lease S scheduled for Decemberis the third offshore oil and gas sale in the Mid-Atlantic.

The call area consisted of 3, blocks covering 20 million acres ( million hectares) off the coasts of. The proposed action is to lease tracts of Sale 67 and tracts of Sale 69 on the Outer Continental Shelf off the U.

coast in the Gulf of Mexico. The study area for this analysis includes all of these tracts and extends from latitude 18 degrees N to 31 degrees N, and from 'longitude 81 degrees W to 98 degrees W.

This proposed rule outlines why and how we may issue Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) leases after November with royalty suspensions. It also presents a plain-language revision of the existing rules for bidding systems and joint bidding restrictions.

It. Deepwater Oil and Gas Leases, by Marc Humphries.) Oil and gas leasing in the outer continental shelf (OCS) has been a major energy issue in the th Congress.

On Jthe House approved H.R. the Deep Ocean Energy Resources Act. Start Preamble AGENCY: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), Interior. ACTION: Notice of availability of a Record of Decision.

SUMMARY: The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is announcing the availability of the Record of Decision for the Cook Inlet Planning Area, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Oil and Gas Lease Sale (Lease Sale ). OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF OIL AND GAS INFORMATION PROGRAM Update 2, August Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Activities in the South Atlantic (U.S.) and their Onshore Impacts: A Summary Report, Duly 19SO by Catherine A.

McCord Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, and the Bureau of Land Management. Legislation introduced in the Congress seeks to capture half of oil and gas revenues from the outer continental shelf (OCS) for coastal states.

25 was introduced early in the with this general goal, earmarking half of OCS monies for an array of projects. Similar legislation, H.R.was introduced in the House. The Act authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to grant oil and gas leases on the submerged lands of the outer continental shelf[i].

The OCS is an important national resource reserve which should be made available for expeditious and orderly development, subject to environmental safeguards, in a manner consistent with the maintenance of. Proposed Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas lease sale, offshore the North Atlantic States: OCS sale no.

draft environmental impact statement 09/20 Proposed Lease Salewhich will be live-streamed from New Orleans, will be the second offshore sale under the National Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program for Lease Saleheld in New Orleans last August, received $ million in high bids.The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA) requires the Secretary to develop a 5-year schedule of oil and natural gas lease sales inspecific offshore areas.

These specific areas are to be selected after an analysis comparing oil and gas bearing regions of the OCS and receipt of public comments, including comments from each coastal state.