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Guice Offshore (GO) support vessels are a necessary and critical part of the oil and gas offshore exploration and production
Final Notice of Sale Outlines Available Areas in Federal Waters The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced on September 30, 2021 that it will hold an oil and gas lease sale for the Gulf of Mexico on November 17, 2021 in compliance with an order from a U.S. District Court.  The Biden Harris...
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Guice Offshore Supply Vessels Are Wind Power READY
Maritime Executive Reports Construction Begins for First U.S. Port Dedicated to Offshore Wind The future of offshore wind energy for the United States keeps getting brighter as the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) and the Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) signed a lease in September 2021 that allows for a term of up to...
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Guice Offshore provides qualified Protected Species Observers and Marine Mammal Observers through our subsidiary, GO Marine Services
For offshore missions that may involve seismic exploration for offshore oil, dredging and soil disposal, construction and demolition, pile driving, explosive blasting, and geophysical (seismic) surveys, Guice Offshore (“GO”) provides qualified Protected Species Observers (PSOs) to staff our vessels through our subsidiary, GO Marine Services. Also known as a Marine Mammal Observer (MMO), these environmental professionals...
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Dominion Energy Wind Energy Farms NBC Kerry Sanders Climate Emergency
Dominion Energy, which started its offshore wind farm with just two wind turbines off the coast of Virginia, is on its way to installing 180 wind power structures, each as large as the Eiffel Tower, NBC News‘ Kerry Sanders reports for the series “Climate Challenge–The Extremes.” Guice Offshore (“GO”), which recently attended the IPF 2021 Wind Conference along with DominionEnergy, is...
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Bureau of Labor statistics show that almost 20 percent of the water transportation industry is represented by Hispanics
With the start of Hispanic Heritage Month on September 15, Guice Offshore is proud to salute the contributions of generations of Hispanic-Americans who continue to positively influence and enrich our nation and society, particularly in the maritime industry. In a recent address to his students and the maritime community at large, Maritime College President RADM...
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Guice Offshore's GO America at Port Everglades for U.S.S. Fort Lauderdale Navy Commissioning
Sometime during the Summer of 2022, the Guice Offshore vessel GO America, which makes her home at Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades, will have a front row berth from which to bear witness to a unique convergence of history when the U.S. Navy commissions its newest ship, the future U.S.S. Fort Lauderdale IN Fort Lauderdale! The...
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Guice Offshore NREL Wind Market Report
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released three reports this week on August 30, 2021 showing record growth in land-based wind energy, significant expansion of the pipeline for offshore wind projects, and continued decline in the cost of wind energy generation – laying the groundwork for significant future gains as the Biden Administration pursues rapid...
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MARAD New Marine Highways
WASHINGTON, DC – On Thursday, August 19, 2021, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced the designation of six new Marine Highway Projects and a new Marine Highway Route as part of the America’s Marine Highway Program (AMHP). The AMHP encourages the use of America’s navigable waterways for the movement of freight and...
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How AI and robots will help safeguard our offshore energy infrastructure in the future
The hard-working offshore supply vessel fleet at Guice Offshore stands to play a pivotal role as the marine transportation provider of choice for artificial intelligence (AI)-based offshore energy structural monitoring systems, supervisory control and data acquisition (#SCADA) systems, environmental monitoring and more, as people working in tandem with robot and AI assistants become a core...
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A Guice Offshore supply vessel vessel may be anywhere in North or South America, in the Atlantic or Pacific oceans, or the Gulf of Mexico or Caribbean Sea.   
When you’re out in the vastness of the open ocean on a Guice Offshore (“GO”) supply vessel or mini-supply vessel, you can feel safe knowing that our team of experienced professionals like Tim Lewis is behind the scenes making sure our GO crews are well-rotated and rested in order to navigate missions that can encounter tough...
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