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Keystone XL: For Jobs, Families and Security

keystone xl pipeline  labor unions  economic growth  infrastructure 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 11, 2014

For American workers the more-than-five-year wait for the Keystone XL pipeline is personal. Make that very personal.

During a press conference with other union leaders and API President and CEO Jack Gerard, Laborers International Union of North America President Terry O’Sullivan said the construction sector is saddled with 12.8 percent unemployment, with nearly 1 million out of work. So every one of the 42,000 jobs the U.S. State Department estimates the Keystone XL would create during its construction phase is highly prized.

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Groups Urge Congress: Avoid Energy Taxes

congress  energy policy  energy taxes  labor unions  taxes 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 26, 2009

Members of the Oil and Natural Gas Industry Labor-Management Committee, which includes API along with fifteen labor unions, have written to senior members of Congress encouraging them to support tax policies that will protect and encourage the development of quality U.S. jobs, while at the same time fortifying our nation's energy and economic security. 

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API, labor sign historic jobs promotion agreement

domestic access  energy  energy policy  unions 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted June 17, 2009

Today, the American Petroleum Institute (API) and labor unions announced the historic creation of the Oil and Natural Gas Industry Labor-Management Committee, which will work to preserve and create jobs by promoting domestic oil and natural gas production. Currently, the industry employs more than 1.8 million American workers and supports another 4 million workers.

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