United States: US BOEM Issues Proposed Notice of Sale for New York Bay’s Offshore Wind Lease
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On June 11, 2021, the United States Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) published a Proposed Sale Notice (PSN) or the sale of commercial wind energy leases on the Outer Continental Shelf in New York Bight. The PSN opens a 60-day public comment period and proposes within the framework of the PSN BOEM âto offer eight lease areas (lease areas) for sale, some of which were created by dividing the call areas in 2018 using a one-factor auction with ascending bids. “This legal update summarizes the eight rental spaces and possible rental conditions.
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