National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA)
The National Ocean Industries Association – NOIA – serves the offshore oil, gas and wind industries and provides tremendous value to its members by uniting and advancing the business and professional interests of its members and the industry.
Editor's note: Updated April 15, 2021.
After wrangling in Congress, court battles and three reschedules, Lease Sale 261’s results were announced in what appears to be the most expensive lease sale in nearly a decade.
The Biden administration’s proposed 2024–2029 National Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Oil and Gas Leasing Program would allow for the “smallest number” of offshore oil lease sales — three — in the history of five-year programs.
ICF Report finds that GoM produces less intense greenhouse gases than rest of the world.
Oil industry leaders on an Oct. 6 call urge the Biden administration to quickly approve all 11 potential offshore lease sales in the 2023-2028 proposed plan for the Outer Continental Shelf.
NOIA President Erik Milito discusses the need for policies that enable the development of domestic oil and gas supplies, promote the energy transition and strengthen national security, including a timely leasing program.
Capital investment, oil and gas production, and government revenue could fall if the next U.S. five-year offshore leasing program is delayed with its first sale pushed to 2028, report shows.
Energy Policy Watch: NOIA President Discusses Myriad of Issues Impacting Offshore Energy Development
Erik Milito, president of the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA), provides insight on the future of carbon capture in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico plus more during this wide-ranging discussion.
Chevron CEO Mike Wirth told analysts that the oil major is reviewing the Jan. 27 decision by a U.S. federal judge to invalidate the latest Gulf of Mexico lease sale.
Speakers from Shell, Wood Mackenzie and TechnipFMC agreed that offshore oil and gas production provides the lowest carbon barrels when compared to other producing regions.
The trade association is providing a learning platform, while advocating for offshore energy developments that include oil, gas, wind, hydrogen, carbon capture and minerals.
NOIA confirmed Tim Duncan as well as Paul Danos in their positions as chairman and vice chairman, respectively, for the 2021-22 term during a virtual board of directors meeting on April 14.