Posted March 5, 2018
Highlights from the IHS CERAWeek conference in Houston that kicked off on Monday (infrastructure, trade)
Posted March 2, 2018
In recent weeks we’ve encouraged U.S. negotiators in ongoing talks to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement to ensure that energy-supporting provisions remain in NAFTA. For a simple reason: NAFTA works for U.S. energy.
Posted February 28, 2018
Posted February 27, 2018
A fact-based conversation about America’s offshore strategy is critically important as policymakers make decisions that affect all Americans. Underscore the words “fact-based conversation.” While there’s passion associated with this issue, emotion can get in the way of sound policy – which is what we need for America’s energy and national security. Our vast offshore oil and natural gas potential has strategic, long-term importance and should be addressed accordingly with all voices, not just the loudest ones, heard.
Posted February 26, 2018
Posted February 23, 2018
In the natural gas and oil industry, measuring opportunity starts with 10.3 million – the number of jobs our industry supports. Because a job is economic livelihood for individual Americans and their households. They’re the avenue to something better.
Listen to Carmen Segovia talk about opportunity. She’s an advanced IT business analyst with Marathon Oil who recognizes that her professional success stems from hard work, family and opportunity within our industry to grow and prosper.
Posted February 22, 2018
Posted February 21, 2018
With negotiations to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) headed for a seventh round, let’s underscore what we’ve said to U.S. negotiators since the start of talks last year: While we support attempts to modernize NAFTA, negotiators must not harm key NAFTA provisions that have strengthened the United States’ – and North America’s – energy position for decades.
Posted February 16, 2018
U.S. crude oil production scored a perfect “10” in January – make that 10.2, to be precise, as in 10.2 million barrels per day (mbd). That record production, combined with a new high for refinery throughput and 6.3 mbd of crude oil and refined product exports, narrowed the price difference between U.S. and international crude prices last month and underscored the global impact of U.S. energy. All of this data and more may be found in API’s Monthly Statistical Report for January.
Posted February 15, 2018