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America's Energy Crossroads

domestic access  domestic energy  drilling  energy  energy information administration  energy policy  permits  renewable energy  revenue 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted May 18, 2011

The future is going to require a lot of energy, of all kinds. World energy consumption is projected to grow nearly 50 percent by 2035. Renewable energy is projected to increase by nearly 200 percent by 2035 over 2008, thanks to leadership and investment from our own industry and others.

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Incentive + Disincentive = Bad Policy

domestic access  energy policy  energy taxes  natural gas  tax policy  oil and natural gas extraction 

John Felmy
Posted May 5, 2011

The National Journal reports this morning that Senate Republicans and House Democrats "both released comprehensive plans for job creation this week," managing to agree on quite a bit including "incentivizing deployment of natural gas, the fuel attracting the most support from both parties as an alternative to oil."

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Energy Tomorrow Radio: Episode 92 - Ben Lieberman on Sky-High Gas Prices

demand  domestic access  domestic drilling  energy tomorrow  energytomorrow  energytomorrow radio  gas prices  gasoline prices  prices 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 20, 2009

In this episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews the Heritage Foundation's Ben Lieberman, senior policy analyst on energy and the environment, on his recent paper, "Five Things Congress and the President Are Doing to Bring Back Sky-High Gas Prices." 

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Energy Tomorrow Radio: Episode 91 - THUMS Islands Location Tour

access  domestic access  domestic drilling  domestic energy  energy tomorrow  energytomorrow  energytomorrow radio  natural gas  offshore drilling  technology innovation  thums islands 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 6, 2009

This week's episode focuses on a recent tour of the THUMS Islands, a group of four manmade islands in California's Long Beach Harbor, where oil and natural gas are produced. The episode also features sound bites from Frank Komin, president of Occidental Petroleum, and Charlie Plant, production manager of White Island. 

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An Unacceptable Situation

access  climate bill  climate change bill  climate legislation  domestic access  domestic drilling  domestic energy  energy policy  energy tomorrow  energytomorrow  kerry-boxer  offshore drilling  waxman-markey 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 2, 2009

Thank you to my friend and fellow blogger James for allowing us to feature his commentary here. This was originally posted at his own blog, Observations

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