January 30, 2017

Senator Kennedy Steps Up For Louisiana Constituents on BOEM NTL

Last week, newly sworn-in Senator John Kennedy from Louisiana joined the chorus of U.S. Senators and U.S. House of Representatives stepping forward and urging the Trump Administration to rollback the damaging Notice to Lessees issued by the previous administration regarding financial assurance requirements for decommissioning costs.

In his letter, the Senator said: “As you said last Friday in your inaugural address, ‘We’ve enriched foreign industry at the expense of American industry…’ That couldn’t be more true with regard to our energy sector and, specifically, the application of this Notice to Lessees. It’s time that policies from unelected bureaucrats with extreme viewpoints be swept away so that we can put the American people back to work and make us less dependent on energy from the Middle East.”

We are thrilled Senator Kennedy stepped forward to support his constituents and the offshore industry throughout Louisiana.

Thank you Senator!


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

March 22, 2022

Written Statement of Kevin Bruce, Executive Director Gulf Energy Alliance

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