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Government Documents - Department of the Interior: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement

Describes the various agencies under Interior and our holdings of their publications. Topics include public lands, geology, dams, fish and wildlife, national parks and monuments, mining, American Indians, offshore drilling, and related areas.

About the agency

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) came into existence in 2011. It is the successor to the Minerals Management Service and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement. Its mission is to manage the U.S.'s natural gas, oil, and other mineral resources on the Outer Continental Shelf and on federal and Indian lands. It also manages offshore leases for renewable energy.


Offshore wind turbine

Our holdings

Government Documents holds an extensive collection of BOEM and MMS publications, including the following series:

Annual reports (I 72.1:)

Technical reports

Statistical reports

We also have a variety of general publications and other MMS and BOEM materials.

Subject Guide

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