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maryland  lng-exports  natural-gas  vote4energy  states2016 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 29, 2016

An all-of-the-above energy narrative is playing out in Maryland – as it is in the country at large. The United States is the world’s leading producer of oil and natural gas, fuels that are complemented by coal, nuclear, solar, wind and other renewable energy sources.  It’s an approach that serves the nation well and should be supported by pro-development policies

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offshore-energy-development  safety-standards  safe-operations  regulation  oil-and-natural-gas  center-for-offshore-safety 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 28, 2016

Safe offshore energy development is a by-product of advanced technologies and equipment, an ever-expanding knowledge base, improved worker training, an effective partnership of industry and regulatory authorities, constantly improving standards for deepwater exploration and production and, over it all, an industry committed to creating and growing a culture of safety in offshore operations.

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washington  natural-gas  vote4energy  states2016 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 28, 2016

Hydroelectric power is the leading energy source for Washington state. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), Washington was the country’s leading producer of hydro electricity in 2014, generating 30 percent of the nation’s net output. 

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illinois  infrastructure  refineries  pipelines  vote4energy  states2016 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 27, 2016

In the heart of the U.S. industrial and agricultural belt, Illinois’ significant energy contribution is its infrastructure. The state hosts four crude oil refineries with a capacity of more than 962,000 barrels per day, making Illinois the largest refining state in the Midwest, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The state ranked fourth in the U.S. in refining as of January 2015.

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oil-and-natural-gas  vote4energy  us-energy-security  economic-growth  climate  emission-reductions 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 26, 2016

Questions and answers about energy and energy policy aren’t just for the presidential discussion. They figure into Americans’ votes at all levels all over the country. Jack Gerard, API president and CEO, talked about the stakes for U.S. energy in this campaign season and beyond during a conference call with reporters. You can read his prepared remarks below.

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ohio  utica-shale  fracking  hydraulic-fracturing  vote4energy  states2016 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 26, 2016

Energy in Ohio – one of the cradles of the oil and natural gas industry – is trending up, to say the least. This is because development of safe fracking technology is unlocking the Utica shale play that underlies much of the eastern part of the state, as well as the westernmost edge of the Marcellus play a layer above the Utica. As a result, Ohio ranked 10th in natural gas production last year, nearly doubling from 2014 to 2015.

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tennessee  renewables  oil-and-natural-gas  vote4energy  states2016 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 24, 2016

Tennessee illustrates the broader need for all types of energy to keep states and the entire country moving. America’s energy revolution is being led by surging oil and natural gas production, but nuclear, renewables and other fuels are required as well.

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vote4energy  energy  oil-and-natural-gas  us-energy-security  economic-growth 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 23, 2016

As Campaign 2016 barrels into the home stretch, all Americans should be energy voters because secure energy is fundamental in all our lives and to the future of our country. We’ve compiled a list of key energy questions every voter should ask of their candidates for office.

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south-dakota  vote4energy  states2016 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 23, 2016

South Dakota ranks in the bottom tier of oil and natural gas-producing states – the fortunes of geology limiting the energy-rich Bakken shale to North Dakota and Montana. Even so, South Dakota makes other important energy contributions.

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texas  oil-and-natural-gas  hydraulic-fracturing  shale-plays  vote4energy  states2016 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 22, 2016

One way to look at oil and natural gas production in Texas – it leads the 50 states in both – is that if Texas were its own country it would rank in the top 10 among the nations of the world in oil and gas output. Texas is its own energy giant.

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