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America's Choice

Benefits to be gained from increased oil and natural gas development

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Energy and Jobs Delayed

The American people want an energy policy to develop our domestic oil and natural gas resources in an environmentally responsible way to power our nation’s economy, create jobs, and enhance our nation’s energy security, not just messaging.

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Production on U.S. Federal Offshore & Onshore Areas is Down

We are hearing a lot about the Administration’s leadership in driving oil production up. The fact is that production on federal offshore and onshore areas is down.

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Administration Oil Strategy Contributes to Price Increases

Gasoline prices are higher today at least in part because government has neglected to pay sufficient attention to the importance of producing more of our own oil and natural gas.

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Energy Answers: A Q&A Style Booklet

This booklet responds to common questions about taxes, earnings, and the inquiry.  Click "Read More" to download the booklet.

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Wells to Consumer Interactive Diagram

See how refined products from the oil and natural gas industry power the world.

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Reducing Surface Footprint with Horizontal Drilling

American oil and gas producers have deployed new technologies to provide access to trapped oil and gas once thought inaccessible. The combination of horizontal drilling with hydraulic fracturing has provided the country with a vast new supply of natural gas and increased domestic oil production.

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Going a Mile Below

Natural gas wells go thousands of feet below the earth's surface and groundwater supplies to free trapped natura gas in shale rock.

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Protecting Groundwater during Hydraulic Fracturing

Explore the many ways the oil and natural gas industry use the latest technologies to help protect groundwater during the hydraulic fracturing process.

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Improving Hydraulic Fracturing with Reusing Produced Water

In the Marcellus, about 10% to 30% of the fluid used to fracture a well returns to the surface and is captured with produced gas. This fluid is called produced water.

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