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How President Trump Could Help Deepwater Oil Prospects

Offshore Gulf of Mexico hydrocarbons can only become more accessible over the mid- and long-term.Source; SmallCap Network The Trump administration promises an "all of the above"energy strategy, based on fossil fuels and achieving "energy independence." So please, with enough ignorance already (40% of Americans cannot even name a fossil fuel!),stop the [...]

Texas-Mexico Border Fence Signals Challenges Ahead for Trump's Wall

3 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

The rust-colored border security fence starts in a dusty field on the Loop family farm in South Texas —about 15 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico and a mile north of the southern U.S. border. From there, near Brownsville, it stretches about 60 miles west, but with plenty of gaps to drive or walk through. Show More Summary

ZF Marine Grows Presence in Louisiana

ZF Marine, the marine business unit of the global ZF Group, has announced that they have secured a new location for their Gulf of Mexico/Inland Waterway sales and service operations. The company opened its wholly owned location in the greater New Orleans area in late 1996…

US Warship LCS 10 Completes Acceptance Trials

The fifth Independence-variant littoral combat ship built by Austal, Gabrielle Giffords (LCS 10), successfully completed acceptance trials, Nov. 18, in the Gulf of Mexico. “I am proud of Austal’s achievement of another major milestone in the LCS program.” said Craig Perciavalle…

As Operators Look for the Bottom, Gulf Gloom Persists

Gulf of Mexico vessel operators want to see sustained, higher oil prices. After a rough two years, supply boat owners and operators in the Gulf of Mexico hope crude oil prices will improve in 2017. That would encourage activity among the offshore…

Border residents say a wall is unwelcome

last weekNews : The Newsroom

Along the Rio Grande near where it meets the Gulf of Mexico, people are snubbing the idea of Donald Trump's barrier.

Obama Fires Parting Salvo at U.S. Energy Security

“The good news is we now have an offshore leasing plan for the next five years that includes a schedule for regular oil and gas sales in the Gulf of Mexico. The bad news is it is only half a plan. Offshore energy development is a vital part of the U.S.

No New Federal Oil And Gas Leases In The Arctic Ocean For The Next Five Years

2 weeks agoNews : The Two-Way

The Obama administration has removed Arctic locations from planned oil and gas leases for the next 5 years. Ten of the 11 approved lease areas are in the Gulf of Mexico.

Infamous Chicxulub Crater --"Reveals Asteroid Impacts Created Niches for Early Life"

Around 65 million years ago a massive asteroid crashed into the Gulf of Mexico causing an impact so huge that the blast and subsequent knock-on effects wiped out around 75 per cent of all life on Earth, including most of...

Study finds widespread land losses from Gulf of Mexico oil spill

Dramatic, widespread shoreline loss is revealed in new NASA/U.S. Geological Survey annual maps of the Louisiana marshlands where the coastline was most heavily coated with oil during the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Mark Wahlberg Makes Strong Awards Bid in ‘Patriots Day’

Fresh off their collaboration on another depiction of recent American history (the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in “Deepwater Horizon”), Mark Wahlberg has teamed up with writer-director Peter Berg for the season’s newest contender. “Patriots...Show More Summary

Priest abducted in Mexico found 'with notable signs of torture'

2 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

The Rev. Jose Luis Sanchez Ruiz was the third priest abducted in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz since September.

Captiva: The Island That Changed Rauschenberg and 20th Century Art

3 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

I am sitting on a white beach as the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, watching a pod of dolphins play. Groups of wild birds stalk the tide line, eyeing the sand for small invertebrates. The beach stretches away for a mile and a half on either side of me; behind me are a few private houses set among strangler figs and mango trees. Show More Summary

US Warship John Finn Passes Acceptance Trials

The U.S. Navy’s new guided missile destroyer John Finn (DDG 113) has completed its third and final round of sea trials following two days testing various systems in the Gulf of Mexico. “The success of DDG 113 acceptance trials moves us one step closer to delivering a quality…

Explore the 'Hot Tub of Despair,' an underwater lake that kills almost everything inside

They call it the “Hot Tub of Despair.” The underwater lake, discovered 3,300 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, is a pit of super-salty water and dissolved methane that kills any critter unlucky enough to fall inside. The discovery was made last year by a San Pedro-based research vessel,...

I joined the webinar!

Using internet search volume to improve quota monitoring for the Gulf of Mexico red snapper recreational sector (QUEST Webinar Series) Join us for a Webinar on October 6th November 3 Date: Thursday, October 6, November 3, 2016 Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT Location: SSMC3, Room 3404 Abstract: This...

The deep-sea lake that kills whoever wanders in

Scientists have discovered an otherworldly brine lake around 3,300 feet under the surface of the ocean in the Gulf of Mexico. Called the "Jacuzzi of Despair," the deep-sea pool is comprised of a toxic brew of salt, hydrogen sulfide,Show More Summary

Check out this eerie 'Jacuzzi of Despair' at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico

They call it the “Jacuzzi of Despair.” The underwater lake, discovered 3,300 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, is a pit of super-salty water and dissolved methane that kills any critter unlucky enough to fall inside. The discovery was made last year by a San Pedro-based research vessel,...

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