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Onshore Access to Oil and Natural Gas Resources

America needs a balanced energy policy that promotes energy efficiency, conservation and greater supplies of all forms of energy, including domestic oil and natural gas.

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Hydraulic Fracturing and Onshore Oil and Natural Gas Development

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Government Revenue Impacts of Federal Western Lands Policy

The decline in oil and gas leasing, permitting, and new drilling on the nation’s public lands since 2009 have come at a high cost to America – namely, a significant loss of domestically produced oil and natural gas, thousands of jobs in the energy-rich western United States, and the forfeit of hundreds of millions of dollars in state and federal tax revenues, royalties, and lease payments to western states and the U.S. Treasury.

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