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EEIA Recommendations for expanded access to offshore resources

Substantial reserves of crude oil and natural gas exist in areas of the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) currently off-limits to exploration and production. Increasing U.S. offshore energy production would create many thousands of new jobs in the energy supply chain, raise billions of dollars for the government and strengthen Americas energy and national security. As our government works on the next offshore leasing program, it should consider including all potential producing areas with the potential to generate jobs and new revenue by advancing America's energy renaissance.

EEIA Recommendations for expanded access to offshore resources

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