Vacationers enjoy the shore at Folly Beach, S.C. Despite the Obama administration’s recent decision to scrap its offshore drilling plans for the southeast Atlantic coast, permits for seismic testing are still being pursued. Environmental groups have expressed concern about harm to South Carolina’s tourism industry.
Vacationers enjoy the shore at Folly Beach, S.C. Despite the Obama administration’s recent decision to scrap its offshore drilling plans for the southeast Atlantic coast, permits for seismic testing are still being pursued. Environmental groups have expressed concern about harm to South Carolina’s tourism industry. Bruce Smith AP
Vacationers enjoy the shore at Folly Beach, S.C. Despite the Obama administration’s recent decision to scrap its offshore drilling plans for the southeast Atlantic coast, permits for seismic testing are still being pursued. Environmental groups have expressed concern about harm to South Carolina’s tourism industry. Bruce Smith AP

No Atlantic drilling for now, but seismic airgun blasts might go on

April 05, 2016 04:12 PM