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New 2024 Southern New England Marine Debris Action Plan Gathers Guice Offshore Northeastern Neighbors to Help Clean Up Our Coasts

New 2024 Southern New England Marine Debris Action Plan Gathers Guice Offshore Northeastern Neighbors to Help Clean Up Our Coasts

Since 2006, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Marine Debris Program has led national and international efforts to research, prevent, and reduce the impacts of marine debris. To accomplish its mission, the Program supports marine debris projects in partnership with state...
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Tour America's First Offshore Wind Control Centers for Vineyard Wind, South Fork Wind With Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE)

Tour America’s First Offshore Wind Control Centers for Vineyard Wind, South Fork Wind With Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE)

BSEE Leaders Tour Control and Coordination Centers for Nation’s First Two Commercial-scale Offshore Wind Projects in Federal Waters As part of his role in overseeing the growing U.S. offshore wind industry, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) Director Kevin...
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Equinor’s Empire Wind; New York Offshore Wind South Brooklyn Marine Terminal Construction Green-Lighted by BOEM

Equinor’s Empire Wind; New York Offshore Wind South Brooklyn Marine Terminal Construction Green-Lighted by BOEM

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced its approval of the Construction and Operations Plan for Equinor’s Empire Wind project today, February 23, 2024, marking another significant milestone in advancing an important New York offshore wind project that will help...
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Marine Spaceport Voyager Update - Space Perspective Unveils Test Capsule Excelsior

Marine Spaceport Voyager Update – Space Perspective Unveils Test Capsule Excelsior

Only the third-ever commercial suborbital spacecraft successfully built and just the seventh new human spacecraft designed and manufactured in the last 50 years, Spaceship Neptune’s pressurized capsule, propelled slowly by a SpaceBalloon™, offers the safest, most luxurious, and most responsible...
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Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Finalizes Oregon Offshore Wind Energy Areas

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Finalizes Oregon Offshore Wind Energy Areas

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced on February 13, 2024 that it has designated two final Wind Energy Areas (WEAs) in offshore Oregon. The WEAs were developed following extensive engagement and feedback from the state, Tribes, local residents,...
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Celebrate Black History Month 2024 with the U.S. Coast Guard

Celebrate Black History Month 2024 with the U.S. Coast Guard

Guice Offshore invites you to celebrate Black History Month 2024 with the U.S. Coast Guard!  Highlighted by a national event on February 15, 2024 that will be accessible both in-person and virtually, the celebration also includes a month-long series of...
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From Stem to Stern, GO Marine Services Maritime Crewing and Operations Pro Jenny Harris Has Everyone Doing the Happy Dance

From Stem to Stern, GO Marine Services Maritime Crewing and Operations Pro Jenny Harris Has Everyone Doing the Happy Dance

Picture it:  An oil and gas company is short on staffing for several offshore oil rigs.  They need two cooks, five roustabouts and three deckhands—pronto!  What do they do?  Answer:  They call GO Marine Services Operations Manager Jenny Harris! Working...
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Guice Offshore Supply Vessels; New Jersey Offshore Wind; Leading Light Wind; Attentive Energy; Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind

New Jersey Offshore Wind Back on Track With Leading Light Wind and Attentive Energy Project Approvals

In a special meeting held on January 24, 2024, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities voted to approve two new additional offshore wind projects to Attentive Energy and Leading Light Wind, both of which will join previously approved Atlantic...
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Final Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES-U) Arrives in Florida for Launch

Final Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES-U) Arrives at Kennedy Space Center for Expected Spring 2024 Launch

About NOAA and NASA’s Geostationary Operational Environmental (GOES) Satellite Program Since 1975 (that’s nearly 50 years ago!), America’s Geostationary Operational Environmental (GOES) satellites  have provided continuous imagery and data on atmospheric conditions and solar activity (space weather).  They have even...
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