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U.S. Energy Empowers American Progress, Not Partisanship

natural gas  offshore access  obama administration 

Sam Winstel

Sam Winstel
Posted September 19, 2019

Borrowing from a line from a presidential campaign gone by, we’ll point out that Democrats were for natural gas and oil before they were against it. See the clips below of President Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Our homegrown energy revolution is delivering abundant, affordable and reliable energy for American consumers and strengthening an industry that supports 10.3 million well-paying U.S. jobs. As the world’s No. 1 producer of natural gas and oil, the U.S. is increasingly energy self-sufficient, which reinforces our domestic economy, national security and climate leadership.

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The Administration's Energy Bias

alternative energy  bakken shale  department of the interior  domestic energy  energy policy  government revenue  gulf of mexico  obama administration  renewable energy  unemployment  oil and natural gas leases  western energy alliance 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted December 28, 2010

If anyone doubts the current administration's negative impact on U.S. oil and natural gas development, the Western Energy Alliance (WEA) has some news for you: The numbers don't lie. 

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Unemployment Up, Drilling Jobs Down

access  domestic energy  energy policy  ethanol  fuel blends  gulf of mexico  moratorium  obama administration  offshore drilling  renewable energy  unemployment  wind power  offshore rigs 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted December 3, 2010

There's more bad news on the economic front today. The official unemployment rate has climbed to 9.8 percent. An estimated 15 million Americans are out of work this holiday season. 

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Good Energy Policy Creates Jobs

congress  domestic energy  energy policy  environmental protection agency  obama administration 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 17, 2010

In a new interview, API's President and CEO Jack Gerard told Energy Guardian that the administration is pursuing policies that are at odds with the will of the American public. Pointing to the November election, he said, "Americans sent a very strong message to all of their elected officials that they want the focus to be on three top priorities: That's jobs, jobs, jobs." 

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EPA and the Election

clean air act  congress  domestic energy  energy policy  environmental protection agency  epa  ghg  ghg emissions  greenhouse gas  greenhouse gas emissions  obama administration  over regulation  ozone standard  senate 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 4, 2010

Pundits and reporters today are speculating on the election results' impact on proposed environmental regulations, including the future of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) plan to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions under the Clean Air Act. 

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A Bipolar Energy Policy

access  domestic energy  energy development  energy policy  interior department  obama administration  offshore drilling  obama administrations energy policy 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 18, 2010

Are you perplexed by the administration's energy policy? You're not alone. Many observers have noticed a disconnect between the administration's various energy proposals. 

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Mark Levin: They Are Tax Deductions, Not Subsidies

domestic energy  energy policy  intangible drilling costs  obama administration  tax deductions  taxes 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted February 2, 2010

Whenever someone in government makes a major announcement, pay close attention to the words used and don't take them at face value. Here's a case-in-point: Yesterday, White House Budget Director Peter Orszag said the president's proposed budget would "eliminate fossil fuel subsidies." 

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Bloggers on the State of the Union

domestic energy  energy policy  energy reality  obama administration  offshore drilling  state of the union 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 29, 2010

The President's remarks about oil and natural gas development during the State of the Union speech Wednesday triggered many thoughtful--and thought-provoking--comments from bloggers around the country.

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