API: U.S. energy model shows more oil and natural gas production creates jobs, benefits consumers, reduces emissions
PHILADELPHIA, July 28, 2016 – API President and CEO Jack Gerard highlighted the benefits that come from increased oil and natural gas production after Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton delivered her remarks at the party’s convention today.
PHILADELPHIA, July 28, 2016 – In Pennsylvania, carbon emissions from electricity generation decreased by almost 20 percent from 2005-2014 due to increased use of clean-burning natural gas made possible by the technological advancements in hydraulic fracturing. API President and CEO Jack Gerard cited the increased use of natural gas as one driver of the decrease in emissions.
PHILADELPHIA, July 27, 2016 – The price of natural gas for electricity generation in Pennsylvania decreased by 51 percent from 2005-2014. API President and CEO Jack Gerard called the decrease just one of the many benefits that come from increased domestic natural gas
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