The latest brouhaha (controversy, kerfuffle, debate, waste of time [pick one]) has floated to the water’s surface like gas passed in a bathtub. It still stinks but it’s concealed amongst
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What follows is a press release out of Rep. Jeff Landry’s office covering the latest in what is becoming a red-hot controversy on Capitol Hill between the Congressman and Michael
Heckuva job, Brommie. The offshore oil and gas industry can anticipate further new rules to enhance drilling safety, Michael Bromwich, head of the Interior Department’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation
The Obama administration just announced several measures designed to streamline the permitting process for oil and gas drilling. “We are constantly looking for ways to create a smarter, more efficient,
Ken Salazar wants a pay raise, and Harry Reid wants to give him one. But he won’t get anything anytime soon – not if Sen. David Vitter has anything to
Late last week, another federal judge compelled Secretary Salazar to stop dragging his feet on a decision that would permit Shell Oil to move forward with an offshore drilling program.
It doesn’t happen often that we say nice things about her. But Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) did a hell of
Michael Bromwich, Director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement, granted an interview Thursday to The Hill.
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement director Michael Bromwich, who has been caught repeatedly making statements which are
Earlier this week, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement head Michael Bromwich gave a speech at the Center
Rep. John Fleming’s office is getting a little more advanced on YouTube these days. They’re now producing videos rather than
After the Deepwater Horizon explosion and the resulting oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, one demand the Obama administration
After Sen. David Vitter placed a hold on the nomination of Dan Ashe, President Obama’s nominee to head the U.S.
On Friday, the Times-Picayune had an article touting a suspicious fact – namely, that there are more oil rigs in