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ETR 128 More Taxes Mean Less Revenue

domestic energy  dual capacity  energy policy  government revenue  intangible drilling costs  section 199  taxes  president obama 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 15, 2011

In today's episode, I interview Brian Johnson, API's senior tax policy advisor, about the potential impact of the administration's energy tax proposals on the economy, U.S. jobs, and government revenues. 

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The Administration's Counterproductive Tax Proposal

domestic energy  energy policy  energy prices  taxes 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted February 23, 2011

With global unrest and demand putting upward pressure on global oil prices, one has to wonder about the wisdom of the administration's proposal to cut incentives that encourage the production of domestic oil and natural gas. If the president's proposed budget is approved, taxes would be raised on oil and natural gas companies, which could have the effect of reducing capital for energy investments. 

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Oil and Natural Gas Industry Earnings in Perspective

alternative energy  domestic energy  earnings  energy  energy policy  energy taxes  government revenue  renewable energy  renewables 

Rayola Dougher

Rayola Dougher
Posted January 31, 2011

Over the next couple of weeks, oil and natural gas companies will be releasing their fourth quarter and 2010 year-end performance reports.

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Taxes at the Pump

crude oil  diesel fuel  energy prices  gas prices  gasoline  prices  taxes  excite taxes  gasoline taxes 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 14, 2011

The nationwide average price of gasoline remained steady at $3.095 a gallon yesterday, according to AAA. As we've reported here many times, the cost of crude oil is the largest factor in the price of gasoline, but excise taxes also account for a large percentage of the pump price.

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Energy Policy's Impact on U.S. Consumers

alternative energy  congress  deepwater horizon  department of the interior  domestic energy  energy  energy policy  energy taxes  gas prices  gasoline  gulf of mexico  gulf oil spill  offshore energy  oil leak  oil spill  shallow water drilling 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted December 30, 2010

As the nation approaches the New Year, reporters around the country are writing about the energy outlook for 2011. There are quotes from analysts predicting oil and gasoline prices; opinion leaders discussing energy policies likely to be considered by the 112th Congress; and professors explaining the relative merits of fossil fuels and alternatives. 

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