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Yeah, But What About Brazil?

brazil  e15  epa  ethanol 

Bob Greco

Bob Greco
Posted May 30, 2013

One of the frequent arguments from ethanol supporters is that the United States should simply follow the lead of Brazil and use a lot more ethanol in our fuel supply. Indeed, Vice President Joe Biden was full of praise for Brazil during remarks in Rio de Janeiro this week:

“You’re tapping your enormous natural resources, but also getting a greater share of your energy from clean and renewable energy sources than any other country in the world.  The rest of the world looks at you with envy, at the progress you’ve made. The hemisphere has much to learn from your experience.”

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More Taxes Jeopardize American Oil and Natural Gas Development

domestic energy  economic growth  energy policy  gasoline prices  gdp  oil and natural gas industry  prices  state of american energy  taxes  brazil  saudi arabia 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted May 3, 2011

Editors Note: Today API President and CEO Jack Gerard gave an update on the State of American Energy, outlining a path to success for lower gasoline prices, increased energy security and more American jobs.

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API: Administration's energy policy will add jobs for Brazil

brazil  domestic energy  energy policy  government revenue 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted March 21, 2011

Editor's Note: API President and CEO Jack Gerard said the administration's offer to exchange batteries for oil from Brazil reflects its inadequate and illogical energy policy.

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Brazil's Libra: Largest Oil Field in the Americas in Decades

brazil  chevron  crude oil  deepwater drilling moratorium  domestic energy  energy information administration  energy policy  gulf of mexico  gulf oil spill  interior department  oil industry  cantarell field  libra oil field  petrobas 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 1, 2010

Brazil says its deepwater Libra oil field could hold as much as 15 billion barrels of oil, making it the biggest crude oil discovery in the Americas since Mexico discovered the Cantarell field in 1976. 

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