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Moving the Energy That Moves America

infrastructure  pipelines  storage tanks  fuels  oil and natural gas industry 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 26, 2014

Let’s talk energy infrastructure, focusing on the pipelines and the fuel storage and dispensing facilities in this country that keep commercial jetliners in the air and our vehicles moving on the roads and highways.

Part of that system is visible in suburban Washington, D.C., at the terminus for Kinder Morgan’s 3,100-mile Plantation Pipeline network (left) and the neighboring Newington Terminal, which API staff members toured recently.

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Offshore Energy Equals North Carolina Jobs

offshore access  north carolina  seismic  economic growth  oil and natural gas industry 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted May 5, 2014

The waters off states along the Mid-Atlantic coast may hold significant new reserves of oil and natural gas, which is why the federal government should allow safe seismic testing on the outer continental shelf (OCS) there. Determining the resource base would clear the way for leasing, exploration and development that would mean jobs, revenue for government and more energy for America.

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Just The Facts: No Targeted Oil & Gas Tax Credits

taxes  subsidies  oil and natural gas industry  energy taxes 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 27, 2012

One of the most important things to know about producing oil on federal lands is that it takes time. Lots of it. As this chart developed by API illustrates, it’s up to a decade from the time a lease is won at auction to the first actual production of oil. If you include pre-lease sale studies and evaluation, which have to be done before companies bid on federal leases, that’s a couple more years.

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Blogger Conference Call - ExxonMobil Earnings and Taxes

domestic energy  earnings  energy policy  energy taxes  exxonmobil  industry earnings  oil and natural gas industry  section 199  tax policy  taxes 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted May 10, 2011

API co-hosted a blogger conference call with ExxonMobil yesterday to discuss the company's first quarter earnings and energy tax policies. Ken Cohen, ExxonMobil's vice president of public and government affairs, and Jaime Spellings, ExxonMobil's general tax counsel, broke down the company's profits and spoke to misperceptions about the current tax code

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More Taxes Jeopardize American Oil and Natural Gas Development

domestic energy  economic growth  energy policy  gasoline prices  gdp  oil and natural gas industry  prices  state of american energy  taxes  brazil  saudi arabia 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted May 3, 2011

Editors Note: Today API President and CEO Jack Gerard gave an update on the State of American Energy, outlining a path to success for lower gasoline prices, increased energy security and more American jobs.

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