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The Pipeline Solution to High New England Energy Costs

natural gas  pipelines  infrastructure  electricity  new hampshire  maine  vermont  rhode island  connecticut  massachusetts 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 15, 2017

The solution is more natural gas pipeline capacity, by building new lines or by expanding existing ones. New England policymakers should foster infrastructure by considering fair and appropriate financing mechanisms to help pay for new projects and by working to build community support for safe and responsible project development. This is the sensible path to keep New England’s consumers from paying more than is necessary for their energy.

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100 Days: Abundant Natural Gas Delivers for U.S.

100-days  natural gas  electricity  emission reductions  environmental impact 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 13, 2017

American natural gas is the answer to a number of energy and climate questions. It’s generating the power we need for our homes and businesses, providing the building blocks for our manufacturing renaissance and making our nation and our allies more secure.

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U.S. Energy Optimism

100-days  oil and natural gas  access  infrastructure  investments 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 9, 2017

Put it all together and it’s critically important for U.S. policy to continue working to keep pace with America’s energy renaissance. We have the oil and natural gas reserves, the experience and the technologies to harness the country’s vast energy potential. With increased access to public reserves, a common-sense regulatory approach and a sound investment climate, America’s oil and gas companies are showing they will invest to develop the energy to fuel our economy and modern lives while strengthening our security. 

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North American Energy Fosters Growth, Security

oil and natural gas  us energy security  economic growth  canada  mexico 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 7, 2017

The North American energy market is progressing toward self-sufficiency in terms of liquid fuels, perhaps arriving in just a few years. According to EIA, the quantity of oil and other liquid energy sources produced by the three countries could outpace their liquid fuels consumption as soon as 2020. With liquid fuels production growing at a rate of 1 percent per year over the projection period while demand grows more slowly at 0.2 percent per year, supply can overtake demand, EIA figures (Table A21) show  – provided trade flows remain open.

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100 Days: Increase Access to Support Energy Renaissance

100-days  access  oil and natural gas  offshore energy  onshore 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 6, 2017

While a number of policies and actions would support America’s recent energy progress, none is more important than opening new access to oil and natural gas reserves in federally controlled areas, offshore and onshore – the latter where production has declined in recent years.

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Facebook’s Zuckerberg and Offshore Energy

offshore energy  oil and natural gas  technology  workforce  education 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 3, 2017

The great point here is the connectivity between different sectors of a modern economy and the importance of consistent growth, particularly for our industry. For the country, finding and developing the oil and natural gas that’s involved with virtually every aspect of modern living is key to future economic growth, energy security and security overall. 

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Poll: Maryland Plurality Supports Fracking

maryland  hydraulic fracturing  fracking  natural gas  jobs  economic growth 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 1, 2017

Maryland lawmakers pushing for a permanent state ban on hydraulic fracturing should touch base with their constituents first. A new Goucher College poll finds that among those who have an opinion on fracking, most don’t want the state to make the current fracking moratorium permanent. Goucher surveyed 776 people earlier this month and found 40 percent oppose banning hydraulic fracturing, with 36 percent supporting a ban.

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100 Days: Tax Reform Should Be Pro-Jobs, Pro-Growth

100-days  taxes  oil and natural gas development  jobs  economic growth 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted February 28, 2017

Washington is having a discussion right now about reforming the tax code, no doubt reflecting the importance of taxes and the economy during the 2016 election campaign. The right approach will seek reforms that foster job creation and economic growth, and, encouragingly, that’s what the new administration has talked about in its early days. This approach should be applied to our industry as well.

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BLM Rule Could Impact Production, Revenues to Governments

natural gas  ghg regulations  policy 

Reid Porter

Reid Porter
Posted February 23, 2017

When the U.S. Senate returns to work, repealing the Bureau of Land Management’s “venting and flaring rule” should be a top priority. The redundant and technically flawed rule, which went into effect last month, could negatively impact production – some say it already has. The House has voted for repeal under the Congressional Review Act (CRA), and the Senate should follow the House’s lead.

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Oil & Natural Gas – Power Past Impossible … and Daily Life

power-past-impossible  oil and natural gas  consumers 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted February 15, 2017

The point is oil and gas are much, much more than just fuels. We agree with UCS: Many Americans only think of combustion when they think of natural gas and oil. Thus, the Super Bowl ad – to help Americans see that countless products linked to oil and gas make modern living easier, healthier, more efficient and, well, modern. 

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