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7 April 2021

IADC to Participate in Suriname-Guyana Basin Spill Prevention Conference

7 April 2021

IADC to Participate in 28th Annual Williston Basin Petroleum Conference

25 February 2021

IADC Applauds Bipartisan Energy Bill

Today Representatives Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Henry Cuellar (D-TX) introduced a bipartisan bill, the More Energy More Jobs Act of 2021. The bill would require at least two area-wide lease sales annually in the Western and Central Gulf of Mexico, as well as allow U.S. Governors to formally nominate areas for offshore natural gas and oil development. “IADC strongly opposes any effort to categorically restrict leasing activities on federal lands or in federal waters and remains steadfast in supporting policies that enable safe and efficient drilling activities in the U.S. and abroad.
3 February 2021

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3 February 2021

IADC Publicly Responds to New US Administration Efforts

3 February 2021

IADC Joins Federal Lands Coalition with Industry Groups

27 January 2021

Federal Leasing Ban Impedes US Economic Growth

Today the Biden Administration announced executive action that will restrict oil and natural gas leasing on federal lands and in federal waters. In response, IADC President Jason McFarland issued the following statement: “The executive actions announced by the Administration today only serve to further curtail the ability of America’s natural gas and oil producers to successfully operate.
21 January 2021

IADC Comments on Department of Interior’s Suspension of Drilling Permits

Today the Department of Interior issued a temporary suspension on the approval of new drilling permits on federal land as part of President Biden’s pledge to halt oil and gas development in an effort to combat climate change. IADC President, Jason McFarland, issued the following statement in response: “IADC strongly opposes any effort to categorically restrict leasing activities on federal lands or in federal waters and remains steadfast in supporting policies that enable safe and efficient drilling activities in the U.S. and abroad.
20 January 2021

IADC Welcomes Collaboration with New Administration

International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) President Jason McFarland issued the following statement in light of Joseph R. Biden’s inauguration as the 46th President of the United States of America: “The International Association of Drilling Contractors is ready to begin working with the new Administration to ensure forthcoming policy developments aim to safeguard America’s energy independence as well as promote its energy workforce.