June 29, 2017

Opinion Leaders Throughout the Gulf Agree—Administration must go back to the drawing board on NTL

Since the then-Obama administration pushed through the harmful Notice to Lessees on decommissioning, leaders throughout the Gulf of Mexico region have demanded new leadership in Washington re-examine these rules as the previous administration departed.

In fact, just this week, Nikki Martin, President of the International Association of Geophysical Contractors, wrote in the Texas Tribune on how the President’s Executive Order on Offshore development was a great first start, but the NTL review is the next most important step for the region.

Also, pull up this document to read about all the other leaders that have weighed in on this topic. Compiled Press 6.26.17


June 17, 2024

Gulf Energy Alliance and Gulf Coast States Challenge New Federal Regulation That Will Kill Jobs, Cut Public Revenues, and Harm American Energy Security

June 28, 2023

GEA Comments on the Proposed Financial Assurance Rule.

March 09, 2023

The GEA Applauds the House Natural Resources Committee for Bringing Forward Much-Needed Permitting Reforms and Mandated Offshore Lease Sales in the TAPP Act

October 06, 2022

Gulf Energy Alliance Comments on U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Ocean Management’s Proposed 2023–2028 National OCS Oil and Gas Leasing Program and Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement

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