Energy Tomorrow Blog
Posted May 8, 2014
Highlights from API President and CEO Jack Gerard’s remarks at the 2014 International Oil Spill Conference (IOSC) in Savannah, Ga.:
- The United States’ rise to energy superpower status, built on surging oil and natural gas production, will demand increased energy infrastructure.
- Greater demand for energy will spotlight the oil and natural gas industry’s ability to develop reserves, but also how well industry transports and stores the energy it produces.
- Continuing to add to and improve industry’s ability to prevent and prepare for spills, as well as its response if incidents occur, will be key to sustaining America’s oil and natural gas renaissance.
Posted May 6, 2014
The major themes of the 2014 International Oil Spill Conference – prevent, prepare, respond, restore – reflect the priority industry places on safety in transporting oil and petroleum-based products.
Posted January 7, 2013
The oil and natural gas industry’s commitment to spill prevention and an improved response if one occurs is illustrated in a just-launched website – oilspillinfo.org – that includes information, graphics, animations and other resources for industry members as well as the general public
Posted October 28, 2011
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Posted May 25, 2011
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Jane Van Ryan
Posted July 22, 2010
Jane Van Ryan
Posted May 2, 2010