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Energy, Infrastructure and U.S. Strength at Home and in the World

Energy Security  american energy  infrastructure  keystone xl  hydraulic fracturing  tax policy  budget  ethanol  exports 

Mary Leshper

Mary Schaper
Posted December 13, 2013

Bloomberg Poll: 56 Percent Say Keystone XL Would Help U.S. Energy Security

Bloomberg Businessweek: More Americans view the Keystone XL oil pipeline as a benefit to U.S. energy security than as an environmental risk, even as they say Canada should do more to reduce greenhouse gases in exchange for approval of the project.

A Bloomberg National Poll shows support for the $5.4 billion link between Alberta’s oil sands and U.S. Gulf Coast refineries remains strong, with 56 percent of respondents viewing it as a chance to reduce dependence on oil imports from less reliable trading partners. That compares with the 35 percent who say they see it more as a potential source of damaging oil spills and harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

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Energy Today – April 11, 2013

budget  exports  new york  hydraulic fracturing  natural gas  taxes  oil  Energy 101 

Mary Leshper

Mary Schaper
Posted April 11, 2013

New York Post Gov. Cuomo’s Ugly Message to  Businesses

Gov. Andrew Cuomo likes to declare that New York is “open for business,” but his prolonged refusal to OK hydraulic fracturing sends the opposite message,  John Krohn writes in a guest op-ed.

Rockland County TimesExports Grow Our Economy, Lift Ban on Natural Gas

In an op-ed, Margo Thorning writes that “the United States should capitalize on the comparative advantage it has over other countries with natural gas. In fact, respected economic consulting firm NERA recently analyzed LNG exports for the Energy Department and found that across every market scenario, increased exports would benefit the U.S. economy.”

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The Fleecing of the Industry

energy policy  tax provisions  taxes  obamas budget  superfund tax 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted July 16, 2010

True story: A few days ago I went into a women's clothing store to buy a couple of T-shirts. As I was standing at the counter paying my bill, the clerk decided to make small talk. "Do you work in Washington" she asked. "Who do you work for?"

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A new burden on American families

congress  energy  energy policy  taxes  budget 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted May 19, 2009

Recently, the administration sent Congress a budget proposal that included at least $400 billion in new taxes and fees on the oil and natural gas industry--a plan that will put an economic burden on hard-working Americans and their families.

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