Offshore in depth ///

Three recent developments in the U.S. offshore sector could be construed as reality checks on the industry’s role in relation to the environment, regulatory politics and the economy. Global consensus on climate change. For the past 200 years, the world has depended on coal, oil and natural gas to power civilization and raise the standard of living for much of humanity. But let’s face it: numerous reputable scientists agree that burning fossil fuels creates emissions that are warming the atmosphere and changing the climate at an accelerated pace. Oil and gas leaders can’t shrug off this inconvenient truth.

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