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LNG Exports: A Win for the U.S. Economy

domestic energy resources  energy economy  energy policy  exports  liquid natural gas 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 17, 2013

America’s newfound abundance of natural gas resources is a boon to the nation.  It is creating jobs, reducing home heating and electric bills and lowering energy and raw materials costs for businesses. … And the opportunity to do more is before us – to produce more natural gas, spur additional economic activity and create even more jobs – by serving international markets as well as American ones.

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Needed: ‘Political Wisdom’ to Manage America’s Energy Wealth

natural gas  energy politics  energy economy  domestic energy  access 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 16, 2013

America’s oil and natural gas industry is bullish on America, having delivered a direct stimulus to the U.S. economy in 2011 worth more than $545 billion in capital spending, wages and dividends, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers. That’s $1.5 billion a day in economic lift from developing oil and natural gas. And industry is ready to do more.

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Oil and Natural Gas Impact: 9.6 Million Jobs, $1.1 Trillion Added to GDP

natural gas  domestic energy  access  oil 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 16, 2013

A recent PricewaterhouseCoopers study reveals some important numbers about the U.S. oil and natural gas industry, in terms of employment, labor income and value added in 2011:

  • Industry supported 9.6 million jobs.
  • More than $580 billion was paid in labor income, and industry’s estimated total addition to U.S. GDP was $1.1 trillion, accounting for 7.3 percent of the national total.
  • Industry invested about $292 billion in capital expenditures and paid out $28.7 billion in dividends to the real owners of America’s oil and natural gas companies – including dividends paid to retirement plans.

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Put American Energy to Work for Americans

regulation  policy  oil  natural gas  domestic energy  access 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 11, 2013

U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Donohue in his annual State of American Business address, rightly identifying American-made energy as a critical to broad economic recovery and to solving the nation’s fiscal problems:

“Today, 23 million Americans are unemployed, underemployed, or have stopped looking for work. A record 47 million people are poor enough to be on food stamps. Median family income has dropped to 1995 levels—so we’re going backward. … From top to bottom we need more success in America. We need to nurture success, empower it, reward it, and celebrate it. … Proceeding swiftly and responsibly to develop more American energy can help us immeasurably with our fiscal problems, but it can also do so much more for our country.”

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State of American Energy 2013: Investing in America

state of american energy  soae 2013  soae  energy policy  domestic energy  Energy 101 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 7, 2013

With the 113th Congress about to convene and President Obama preparing to launch his second term, America’s oil and natural gas industry is ready to take a leading role in boosting the nation’s economy – largely through investments stemming from increased development of domestic oil and natural gas.

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Domestic Oil and Natural Gas Development, Security and Freedom

consumption  crude oil  domestic energy  natural gas  oil imports 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 2, 2013

Oil and natural gas, which has played a major role in the United States’ emergence as a modern super power, is ours in abundance – as noted in recent reports by the International Energy Agency, the U.S. Energy Administration and IHS Global Insight. With pro-development policies, American-made energy can help lead a new period of U.S. growth and advancement.

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Energy – The Month in Charts

offshore leases  hydraulic fracturing  energy production  energy policy  domestic energy  crude oil  cellulosic mandates  access 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted December 28, 2012

At year’s end it’s customary to put together “best of” lists – sometimes because there’s not much else to talk about. Not so with energy. In fact, there’s so much good news on the energy front we didn’t even have to go beyond the past 30 days to assemble a good list of information-delivering charts and graphs (and the blog posts that featured them). So here it is: “Best Energy Charts – (December) 2012.”

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Our Shale Energy Future

lng exports  lng  energy policy  domestic energy 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted December 27, 2012

The continuing debate over America’s shale energy wealth – both natural gas and oil – boils down to this: Will we safely and responsibly develop those resources with cutting-edge fracking technology or fumble away an historic chance to take greater control over our energy future by leaving those resources in the ground?

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Domestic Energy, Manufacturing Competitiveness and Trade

manufacturing  imports  domestic energy  oil production  trade 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted December 26, 2012

The Washington Times has an article that focuses on the connection between increased domestic energy production, a U.S. manufacturing resurgence and an improved trade balance

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Choose the Energy Solution

domestic energy  energy policy  energy regulation  government revenue 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted December 21, 2012

as Washington wrestles with its budget problems, America’s oil and natural gas companies can be the solution – adding jobs, economic value and energy to drive the long-term economic and general prosperity of our country. So, what are decision-makers waiting for?

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