© 2015 Offshore Operators Committee, Updated 2/27/2015
The Offshore Operators Committee (OOC) is a non-
Our Members are any person, firm, or corporation owning offshore leases and our Associate Members are any person, firm, or corporation engaged in offshore activity as a drilling contractor, service company, supplier or any other capacity that desires to participate in the work of the OOC.
In 2014, the OOC saw a dramatic increase in regulatory activity, the chart below tracks the official OOC letter responses to various agency action and requests for comment.
USCG – NPRM: Requirements for MODUs and Other Vessels Conducting Outer Continental Shelf Activities With Dynamic Positioning Systems. Comments due by May 27, 2015.
BSEE – NPRM: Blowout Prevention Systems and Well Control
March 10 Human Factors
March 11 Shallow Water Blow-
ONRR proposes to change the regulations governing valuation for royalty purposes of oil and gas produced from Federal onshore and offshore leases.
Summary Table “Incident Rates for OCS Performance Measures: 2004-
BOEM Quarterly Regional Meeting
Would require oil and natural gas companies to comply with oil spill response measures
CG proposing requirements for external audits
RP53 March 18 (Houston)
RP75 April 14 (Houston)