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Service Description: This Map Service contains many of the primary data types created by both the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) within the Department of Interior (DOI) for the purpose of managing offshore federal real estate leases for oil, gas and renewable energy. These data layers are being made available as REST mapping services for the purpose of web viewing and map overlay viewing in GIS systems. Due to re-projection issues which occur when converting multiple UTM zone data to a single national or regional projected space, and line type changes that occur when converting from UTM to geographic projections, these data layers should not be used for official or legal purposes. Only the original data found within BOEM/BSEE’s official internal database, federal register notices or official paper or pdf map products may be considered as the official information or mapping products used by BOEM or BSEE. A variety of data layers are represented within this REST service are described further below. These and other cadastre information the BOEM and BSEE produces are generated in accordance with 30 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 256.8 to support Federal land ownership and mineral resource management.

For more information – Contact: Division Chief, Geospatial Services Division, BOEM, 45600 Woodland Road, Sterling, VA 20166 Telephone (703) 787-1312; Email: mappingboundarybranch@boem.gov

The REST services for National Level Data can be found here: https://gis.boem.gov/arcgis/rest/services/BOEM_BSEE/MMC_Layers/MapServer

REST services for regional level data can be found by clicking on the region of interest from the following URL: https://gis.boem.gov/arcgis/rest/services/BOEM_BSEE

Individual Regional Data or in depth metadata for download can be obtained in ESRI Shape file format by clicking on the region of interest from the following URL: https://www.boem.gov/Oil-and-Gas-Energy-Program/Mapping-and-Data/Index.aspx

Currently the following layers are available from this REST location:

OCS Drilling Platforms - Locations of structures at and beneath the water surface used for the purpose of exploration and resource extraction. Only platforms in federal Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) waters are included. A database of platforms and rigs is maintained by BSEE.

OCS Oil and Natural Gas Wells - Existing wells drilled for exploration or extraction of oil and/or gas products. Additional information includes the API (American Petroleum Institute) number, well name, well type, spud date, and well status. Only wells found in federal Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) waters are included. Wells information is updated daily. Additional files are available on well completions and well tests. A database of wells is maintained by BSEE.

OCS Oil & Gas Pipelines - This dataset is a compilation of available oil and gas pipeline data and is maintained by BSEE. Pipelines are used to transport and monitor oil and/or gas from wells within the outer continental shelf (OCS) to resource collection locations. Currently, pipelines managed by BSEE are found in Gulf of Mexico and southern California waters.

Unofficial State Lateral Boundaries - The approximate location of the boundary between two states seaward of the coastline and terminating at the Submerged Lands Act Boundary. Because most State boundary locations have not been officially described beyond the coast, are disputed between states or in some cases the coastal land boundary description is not available, these lines serve as an approximation that was used to determine a starting point for creation of BOEM’s OCS Administrative Boundaries. Downloadable GIS files are not available for this layer due to its unofficial status.

BOEM OCS Administrative Boundaries - Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Administrative Boundaries Extending from the Submerged Lands Act Boundary seaward to the Limit of the United States OCS (The U.S. 200 nautical mile Limit, or other marine boundary)For additional details please see the January 3, 2006 Federal Register Notice.

BOEM Limit of OCSLA ‘8(g)’ zone - The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act '8(g) Zone' lies between the Submerged Lands Act (SLA) boundary line and a line projected 3 nautical miles seaward of the SLA boundary line. Within this zone, oil and gas revenues are shared with the coastal state(s). The official version of the ‘8(g)’ Boundaries can only be found on the BOEM Official Protraction Diagrams (OPDs) or Supplemental Official Protraction Diagrams described below.

Submerged Lands Act Boundary- The SLA boundary defines the seaward limit of a state's submerged lands and the landward boundary of federally managed OCS lands. The official version of the SLA Boundaries can only be found on the BOEM Official Protraction Diagrams (OPDs) or Supplemental Official Protraction Diagrams described below.

BOEM OCS Protraction Diagrams & Leasing Maps - This data set contains a national scale spatial footprint of the outer boundaries of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s (BOEM’s) Official Protraction Diagrams (OPDs) and Leasing Maps (LMs). It is updated as needed. OPDs and LMs are mapping products produced and used by the BOEM to delimit areas available for potential offshore mineral leases, determine the State/Federal offshore boundaries, and determine the limits of revenue sharing and other boundaries to be considered for leasing offshore waters. This dataset shows only the outline of the maps that are available from BOEM.Only the most recently published paper or pdf versions of the OPDs or LMs should be used for official or legal purposes. The pdf maps can be found by going to the following link and selecting the appropriate region of interest. https://www.boem.gov/Oil-and-Gas-Energy-Program/Mapping-and-Data/Index.aspx Both OPDs and LMs are further subdivided into individual Outer Continental Shelf(OCS) blocks which are available as a separate layer. Some OCS blocks that also contain other boundary information are known as Supplemental Official Block Diagrams (SOBDs.) Further information on the historic development of OPD's can be found in OCS Report MMS 99-0006: Boundary Development on the Outer Continental Shelf: https://www.boemre.gov/itd/pubs/1999/99-0006.PDF Also see the metadata for each of the individual GIS data layers available for download. The Official Protraction Diagrams (OPDs) and Supplemental Official Block Diagrams (SOBDs), serve as the legal definition for BOEM offshore boundary coordinates and area descriptions.

BOEM OCS Lease Blocks - Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) lease blocks serve as the legal definition for BOEM offshore boundary coordinates used to define small geographic areas within an Official Protraction Diagram (OPD) for leasing and administrative purposes. OCS blocks relate back to individual Official Protraction Diagrams and are not uniquely numbered. Only the most recently published paper or pdf versions of the OPDs or LMs or SOBDs should be used for official or legal purposes. The pdf maps can be found by going to the following link and selecting the appropriate region of interest within the OPD/SOBD table. https://www.boem.gov/Oil-and-Gas-Energy-Program/Mapping-and-Data/Index.aspx

BOEM Block Aliquots - Aliquots are generated from full Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) blocks by subdividing each block into 16ths and allow for more detailed boundary delineation in offshore energy leasing. The aliquots use a letter designation in addition to their parent protraction number and OCS block number (ie. NK-1802, 6822F). A full OCS block is 4800 x 4800 meters, while an aliquot measures 1200 x 1200 meters. Smaller, clipped aliquots are found along the Fed/State OCS boundary and along UTM zone borders. This dataset includes aliquots for 60 protractions out of the available 80 protractions in the Atlantic and 36 of 71 off the US West Coast . The remaining 56 protractions are located on the seaward edge of the OCS . Aliquots for these protractions will be produced at a later date as needed.

Active Renewable Energy Leases - Blocks that are currently leased from the federal government by industry for the purpose of development of wind or other renewable energy or for research and monitoring purposes.

BOEM Oil and Gas Leases – Blocks that are currently leased from the federal government by industry for the purpose of development of traditional oil or gas energy products and may or may not be actively developed or producing. Leases in state waters are not included in this layer.

BOEM Wind Planning Areas - To provide spatial information on Wind Energy Planning and Development including the most recent updates to areas of interest for Wind Energy Development off the United States Coast within Federal Waters. This data set represents the most recent changes for the Wind Development Planning Areas in federally managed offshore waters. Wind Planning Areas in this dataset represent up to six different types of announcements within the US Federal Register that can be used to show the current status of an area that is being considered for Wind Power Development. Individual projects are listed by state.

Proposed Final OCS Oil and Gas Leasing Program 2012-2017 - This is the plan that was in force prior to the current 2017-2022 Proposed Final OCS Oil and Gas Leasing Program - which is available as a separate service. Management of the oil and gas resources of the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) is governed by the OCS Lands Act (Act), which sets forth procedures for leasing, exploration, and development and production of those resources. Section 18 of the Act calls for the preparation of an oil and gas leasing program indicating a five year schedule of lease sales designed to best meet the Nation’s energy needs. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is the bureau within the Department of the Interior (DOI) that is responsible for implementing these requirements of the Act related to preparing the leasing program. This dataset is offered as a reference to the prior plan and is no longer valid.

BOEM Oil and Gas Planning Areas - Planning areas are used to support the 5-Year Oil and Gas Program consisting of a schedule of oil and gas lease sales indicating the size, timing and location of proposed leasing activity that the Secretary of the Interior determines will best meet national energy needs for the five year period following its approval. A planning area must be included in the current 5-Year Program in order to be offered for leasing. Section 18 of the OCS Lands Act prescribes the major steps involved in developing a 5-Year Program including extensive public comment steps. A 5-Year Program balances energy needs and environmental considerations in accordance with 30 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 256.8 to support Federal land ownership and mineral resource management.

Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act – The spatial footprint that shows the approximate location of the authority granted to the federal government under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act as amended. http://epw.senate.gov/ocsla.pdf

2010 Vessel Traffic (AIS) -Derived from 2010 Automatic Identification System (AIS) broadcast returns. Each vessel count per aliquot represents the number of vessels traveling through the block during the year 2010. An aliquot measures 1/16 of a full OCS leasing block or 1200 x 1200 meters. Only areas where BOEM publishes Official Protraction Diagrams will contain the aliquot AIS counts, therefore, large areas of inland state waters may be missing aliquot AIS counts. The data has also been clipped so that any aliquot that touches land has been deleted so that the user can discern the location of the coastline. Vessel type breakdowns can be viewed using the ID tool or by downloading the data.

2009 Vessel Traffic (AIS) -Derived from 2009 Automatic Identification System (AIS) broadcast returns. Each count per aliquot block represents the number of vessels traveling through the block during the year 2009. An aliquot measures 1/16 of a full OCS leasing block or 1200 x 1200 meters. Only areas where BOEM publishes Official Protraction Diagrams will contain the aliquot AIS counts, therefore, large areas of inland state waters may be missing aliquot AIS counts. The data has also been clipped so that any aliquot that touches land has been deleted so that the user can discern the location of the coastline. Vessel type breakdowns can be viewed using the ID tool or by downloading the data. The original raw data for June 2009 is missing 25 days of broadcast data.

BOEM MHK Planning Areas - This data set represents the most recent changes for the Marine Hydrokinetic (MHK) Development Planning Areas in the Outer Continental Shelf. MHK Planning Areas in this dataset represent up to six different types of announcements within the US Federal Register that can be used to show the current status of an area that is being considered for wave, current, or tidal power development. Previous MHK Planning Areas that are now designated as leases can be found on the BOEM Renewable Energy Leases Shapefile. See attribute table for links to more information about each area.

OCS Proposed Final Program Areas, 2017-2022 - This layer represents the program areas of the Outer Continental Shelf that have been included in the 2017-2022 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Proposed Final Program. On November 18, 2016, the final proposal, the Proposed Final Program (PFP), was published. The PFP schedules 11 potential lease sales in two program areas in all or parts of 4 OCS planning areas: 10 sales in the combined Gulf of Mexico (GOM) Program Area, and one sale in the Cook Inlet Program Area offshore Alaska. No lease sales are scheduled for the Pacific or Atlantic OCS. Management of the oil and gas resources of the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) is governed by the OCS Lands Act (Act), which sets forth procedures for leasing, exploration, and development and production of those resources. Section 18 of the Act calls for the preparation of an oil and gas leasing program indicating a five year schedule of lease sales designed to best meet the Nation’s energy needs. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is the bureau within the Department of the Interior (DOI) that is responsible for implementing these requirements of the Act related to preparing the leasing program.

OCS Oil and Gas Leasing Withdrawal and Moratoria Areas - This layer represents the areas of the Outer Continental Shelf that have been withdrawn from disposition by leasing. The withdrawal of these areas prevents consideration of these areas for future oil or gas leasing for purposes of exploration, development, or production.

Atlantic Fishing Revenue Intensity, 2007-2012 - This is a single data set from a larger study. The full study is titled "Socio-Economic Impact of Outer Continental Shelf Wind Energy Development on Fishing in the U.S. Atlantic". Each quarter square km (500 m) cell has been summed for the mean correlated economic value over the six year period analyzed (2007-2012). This information was created for each state, gear type, Fishery Management Plan (FMP), top 30 exposed ports and top 30 exposed species. This was calculated using Vessel Trip Reports (VTR), Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) which estimates radial distance within which fishing activity is likely to occur, and a 500 m raster cell output. The raster data shown here is a summation of all the state revenues by all gear types and all species. The mean annual revenue value for all years is represented for the entire area. The data is classified in the legend first by using a Natural Breaks algorithm for 8 classes, and then by reclassifying those results to the closest 50, 100, or 1000 interval. The value is in US dollars for 2012 representing the sum of the mean values for all six years, and then classified into one of the 8 classes. You may still hover over the raster value in ArcGIS if map tips are turned on, to get the value of each cell.

Keywords: Theme: Offshore, Cadastre, Official Protraction Diagram, SOBD, Outer Continental Shelf, OCS, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, BOEM, Oil, Gas, Renewable Energy; Leases, Pipelines, Platforms, Wells, Planning Areas, Administrative Areas, Supplemental Official Block Diagrams, OCS Blocks; Place: Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Alaska, United States, USA

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