Calash, “Economic Impacts of the Proposed U.S. House of Representatives Amendment to the Jones Act Related to Offshore Oil and Natural Gas Installation Vessels” (September 2019)
The Coast Guard Authorization Act (H.R. 3409), passed by the House, includes language in Section 305 that would apply the Jones Act to vessels installing or removing large offshore facilities on the Outer Continental Shelf. Specifically, it imposes a waiver process that suggests all offshore oil and natural gas installation, construction, and removal activities are Jones Act activities.
Blade Energy Study: Applied Advancements in Technologies That Continue Increasing Wells’ Safety, Environmental Protection & Operations Across the Upstream Life Cycle
The Upstream segment of the United States and global gas, oil, and related wells industry continually improves safety, environmental protection, and operations practices for its own and society’s benefit. Continual improvement is enabled through application of new technologies (“Applied Advanced Technology”), both equipment and methods, across the full life cycle of all wells.
In 2017, API commissioned a series of regional economic studies by Calash and Northern Economics to provide independent evaluations of the potential impacts of the development of America’s offshore oil and natural gas resources in the OCS, if the current restrictions were lifted.
世界上最富有的能源储备刚刚离开我们的美国海岸等待在政府拥有的地区发现，距离海上仅为3 - 200英里。一种称为地震测量的先进勘探技术是解锁确保美国能源安全所需的这一宝贵资源的第一步。
Safety is a core value for the industry and delivering offshore energy to the American people is safer than ever as a result of industry's leadership and continuous investments in safety, as evident in API's鲁棒石板的海上标准， 这离岸安全中心， 这Marine Well Containment CompanyandHWCG，加强监管制度。石油和天然气工业的重点是导向导向的改革，包括对深水井设计和安装的新指导，在井建筑过程中保持多个障碍，以减轻任何良好控制的损失，巩固，以防止和控制流动，以及运营商和承包商接口。
Surveys conducted by Harris Poll January 22 – February 1, 2016 of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina voters show strong, broad support for domestic oil and natural gas production, including offshore, as a means to stimulate the economy, create jobs, increase U.S. energy security, and provide additional government revenues.
离岸, a form of sand control technology has been in commercial use since the early 1990’s. Offshore sand control technology combines two mature oil and gas technologies – hydraulic fracturing and gravel pack completions. The result has been a significant improvement in well life and reliability, productivity, and oil and gas recovery.