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100-days  oil-and-natural-gas  access  infrastructure  investments 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 9, 2017

Put it all together and it’s critically important for U.S. policy to continue working to keep pace with America’s energy renaissance. We have the oil and natural gas reserves, the experience and the technologies to harness the country’s vast energy potential. With increased access to public reserves, a common-sense regulatory approach and a sound investment climate, America’s oil and gas companies are showing they will invest to develop the energy to fuel our economy and modern lives while strengthening our security. 

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100-days  access  oil-and-natural-gas  offshore-energy  onshore 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted March 6, 2017

While a number of policies and actions would support America’s recent energy progress, none is more important than opening new access to oil and natural gas reserves in federally controlled areas, offshore and onshore – the latter where production has declined in recent years.

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oil-and-natural-gas  economic-growth  access  regulation  epa34  renewable-fuel-standard 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 13, 2017

As the Trump administration comes into office and the new Congress begins work, a sea-change is needed in the way Washington approaches American oil and natural gas abundance. It’s critically important for consumers, the U.S. economy and our country’s security. We need policies that embrace and harness America’s energy renaissance instead of trying to restrain it. We need an approach to regulation that manages safe and responsible energy development instead of smothering it in short-sighted, often unnecessary restrictions and red tape. 

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consumers  gasoline-prices  energy-costs  emission-reductions  energy-exports  access  infrastructure 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted December 28, 2016

Despite occasional policy obstacles, the U.S. energy revolution continues to enhance America’s economic and national security and deliver major benefits to consumers, the environment and manufacturers. With commonsense, market-based, consumer-focused energy policies, the new Congress and incoming administration can maintain and extend our global energy leadership.

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oil-and-natural-gas  alaska  arctic  access  us-energy-security 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 21, 2016

America’s energy renaissance has propelled the United States to world leadership in oil and natural gas production. It’s historic and timely, given the fact oil and gas supplied 65 percent of the energy the U.S. used in 2015 and are projected to supply 67 percent of the energy we use in 2040 by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Put another way: Oil and natural gas are and will continue to be America’s foundational fuels – because of their abundance, portability and high energy content – yet all other energy sources are and will play important roles as well. All of the above.  

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oil-and-natural-gas  access  consumers  regulation  vote4energy 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 10, 2016

Energy as the driver of a number of key public policy issues, and energy as a bipartisan antidote to Washington’s dysfunctions – both are seen in the results of an election-night survey of actual U.S. voters, results that should guide the next administration and the new Congress. 

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vote4energy  oil-and-natural-gas  access  regulation  hydraulic-fracturing  emission-reductions 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 1, 2016

With Election Day a week away Kyle Isakower, API’s vice president for regulatory and economic policy, and Erik Milito, API upstream group director, held a conference call with reporters to reiterate the embedded nature of energy in a variety of national issues and the importance of selecting leaders at all levels of government who will advance pro-development energy policies.

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natural-gas  climate  offshore-energy  virginia  access  emission-reductions 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted August 17, 2016

Politicians’ issue positions are scribbled in sand, not granite, right? But here’s one that shouldn’t shift one bit – whether you’re a Democrat, Republican, an Independent or whatever: support for domestic natural gas and the hydraulic fracturing that’s producing record volumes of it. Thanks to fracked natural gas the United States leads the world in reducing carbon emissions, we're more energy secure and consumers are benefiting. No issue is more bipartisan than American-made energy – the natural gas and oil that primarily fuel our economy and our modern lifestyles, brought to us all by safe, responsible fracking.

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vote4energy  democrats  oil-and-natural-gas  us-energy-security  energy-policy  access 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted July 26, 2016

Let’s talk about choice – our energy choice, which is so relevant in this election year.

The great news is that America’s energy renaissance, which has made the U.S. the world’s leading producer of oil and natural gas, means we can discuss our country’s energy future from a position of abundance and strength – free of the partisanship that frames so many other issue conversations in Washington. The need for energy is bipartisan, and we should approach our energy choices in that spirit.

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us-energy-security  vote4energy  democrats  access  jobs  oil-and-natural-gas 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted July 25, 2016

When we think of U.S. security and jobs and enabling individuals in society, we’re drawn to energy’s significant role. Without energy security it’s difficult to imagine an America that’s stronger and safer in today’s world. It’s hard to craft a scenario for a stronger economy that’s producing good jobs without secure energy sources. Energy also is a key factor in increasing individual prosperity and opportunity.

Thus, you see an overwhelming majority, strongly bipartisan, that supports a national energy policy that ensures a secure supply of abundant, affordable energy, produced in an environmentally responsible way.

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