BOEMRE plans workshop on new offshore energy development rules

Nick Snow
OGJ Washington Editor

WASHINGTON, DC, Mar. 7 -- The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement will hold a 1-day workshop on Mar. 25 in New Orleans to discuss standards and requirements for exploration and development plans, with an emphasis on new safety requirements which have been implemented in the last 6 months.

The workshop at BOEMRE’s Gulf of Mexico regional office will provide information on plan submissions related to E&D plans, worst case discharge calculations, the National Environmental Policy Act, oil spill response plans, and spill response and containment, BOEMRE said.

BOEMRE said the workshop will be open to gulf OCS region stakeholders. There is no registration for the meeting, but seating is limited, it said.

The workshop will be in addition to one which BOEMRE plans to hold on Mar. 15 to discuss new requirements for offshore oil and gas companies to develop and implement new safety and environmental management systems.

Contact Nick Snow at nicks@pennwell.com.



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