As an advocate for offshore energy, including oil and wind, there is likely no shortage of tasks at hand for the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) amid heightened focus on climate change and a transition to lower-carbon fuels.

The Washington D.C.-based trade association recently adopted climate change position and principles, making known its stance that U.S. climate policy should support the development and availability of all forms of energy while lowering emissions, back R&D efforts and balance environmental, social, economic and energy needs among other objectives.

“The companies I’ve worked with across the board have all been committed to taking action in those areas and have demonstrated it,” NOIA President Erik Milito told Hart Energy. “There was really no need for the industry to not be out in front on this.”

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