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Americans Want Jobs, Not Higher Taxes

american economy  american jobs  domestic energy  energy taxes  gasoline prices  government revenue  taxes  natural gas tax  oil tax  pricewaterhouse coopers study 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted May 12, 2011

Even as the economy creates more jobs, unemployment remains much too high. That is one reason Americans remain highly suspicious of efforts to increase taxes on the oil and natural gas industry, an industry that supports more than 9.2 million jobs - and could create more than one million new jobs if we opened areas currently off limits, pursued oil and natural gas shale development, and furthered our energy partnership with Canada.

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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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Oil and natural gas needed to get to tomorrow's fuels

alternative energy  biofuels  domestic energy  energy policy  gas prices  gasoline  gasoline prices  nevada  prices  solar  wind  geothermal 

Rayola Dougher

Rayola Dougher
Posted March 25, 2011

API Executive Vice President Marty Durbin had this letter to the editor in today's Las Vegas Sun in response to its editorial "Forging a new policy".

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Blogger Conference Call - Gas Prices

crude oil  crude oil prices  energy policy  energy prices  gas prices  gasoline  gasoline prices  prices 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 17, 2011

API recently hosted a conference call for bloggers about gas prices. John Felmy, API's chief economist, took questions from the bloggers and discussed the many factors that can influence gasoline prices. 

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API to White House: Long Term Solutions Require Short Term Leadership

deepwater drilling  domestic energy  energy policy  gas prices  gasoline prices  government revenue  Jack Gerard  president obama 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted March 11, 2011

Editors Note: Earlier today, American Petroleum Institute President and CEO Jack Gerard responded to President Obama's press conference on the administration's energy policy options which failed to address the most important energy challenges facing our nation.

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The Facts about Rising Gas Prices

crude oil  domestic energy  energy  gas prices  gasoline  gasoline prices  prices 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 9, 2011

There's a photo of a large gasoline-price sign making the rounds on the Internet this week. Instead of listing the retail prices, it advertises the pump price of regular gas as "LOL"; the price of midgrade is listed as "OMG"; and premium is "WTF." Although some might say the photo is amusing, for those on a limited budget, the rapid climb in the price of gasoline is alarming. 

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Taxes at the Pump

crude oil  diesel fuel  energy prices  gas prices  gasoline  prices  taxes  excite taxes  gasoline taxes 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 14, 2011

The nationwide average price of gasoline remained steady at $3.095 a gallon yesterday, according to AAA. As we've reported here many times, the cost of crude oil is the largest factor in the price of gasoline, but excise taxes also account for a large percentage of the pump price.

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