Environments Newsletter

May 2015

Marine Hydrokinetic Energy

The 30th Annual Emerging Issues Forum focused on
innovation and nowhere is innovation more apparent
than in the field of energy.

North Carolina’s coast has tremendous energy
resources and there are many different ways to
harness that energy. President Obama has proposed
opening up the Outer Continental Shelf to oil and gas
drilling in the 2017-2022 Bureau of Land Management
lease program. Seismic testing may begin as early as
this year to locate the most promising drilling
locations. Governor McCrory, a vocal supporter of the
President’s recommendation, has taken a leadership
position as co?chair of the Outer Continental Shelf
Governors Coalition, a group of coastal state
governors that shares information on energy resource
evaluation and planning. Click here to continue reading…

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