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Congress Should Focus on American Job Creation and Energy Development

domestic oil access  domestic oil production  energy policy  energy taxes  natural gas production  tax policy 

Rayola Dougher

Rayola Dougher
Posted May 6, 2011

API Executive Vice President Marty Durbin had this to say in support of the House Natural Resources Committee's efforts to focus on the need to produce more of America's oil and natural gas resources, which would create more jobs for our workers and more revenue for our government:

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Innovation 'R' Us

energy iq  exxonmobil  horizontal drilling  north dakota  oil and natural gas industry  oil drilling  oil production  oil refining  refineries  technology innovation  vertical drilling  oil and natural gas drilling  seismic 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted April 5, 2011

North Dakota celebrated its 60th year of oil production yesterday. On April 4, 1951, Amerada Corp. struck oil in Clarence Iverson's wheat field near Tioga, which eventually led to North Dakota becoming the 4th largest oil producing state in the country. 

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More of Our Own Energy

domestic energy  domestic production  energy policy  state of the union  domestic oil 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted March 3, 2011

The American oil and natural gas industry is one of the few sectors that have remained healthy throughout most of the recent recession. We can help create the jobs Americans need and supply domestically the energy Americans use -- all while helping address federal deficits.

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Commission Identifies Deepwater Horizon Missteps

blowout preventer  deepwater horizon  department of energy  domestic energy  energy information administration  energy policy  gulf of mexico  gulf oil spill  macondo well  oil leak  oil production  oil spill  boemr  oil rig 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 6, 2011

The presidential commission examining the Deepwater Horizon accident has determined that several missteps contributed last April's blowout in the Gulf of Mexico, including poor decision-making by the companies' management and government regulators. According to an excerpt from its report, the commission found the tragedy "was not the product of a series of abberational decisions made by a rogue industry...the root causes are systemic" and should be corrected. 

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Offshore Drilling Can Resume for 13 Companies

access  bakken shale  boemre  boemre  deepwater drilling  deepwater drilling moratorium  domestic energy  drilling permits  eagle ford shale  energy information administration  energy policy  gulf of mexico  moratorium  offshore drilling  offshore drilling moratorium  oil production  permits  offshore oil production 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 3, 2011

The administration announced today that 13 oil and natural gas companies can resume deepwater drilling activities in the Gulf of Mexico without submitting revised exploration or development plans for supplemental environmental reviews. 

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U.S. Offshore Drilling Delays Likely; Russia to Drill in Cuba

access  deepwater drilling  deepwater drilling moratorium  domestic energy  energy policy  gulf of mexico  interior department  leasing  moratorium  offshore drilling  offshore oil  offshore oil production  cuba  eis  gazprom  gulf leases  lease sale  offshore oil drilling 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 16, 2010

The Interior Department's plan to complete supplemental environmental reviews could prevent the U.S. government from holding a Gulf of Mexico lease sale next year, making 2011 the first year since 1965 that no Gulf leases would be sold for U.S. offshore oil production. 

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