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lng-exports  russia 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 16, 2016

With legislation to streamline and expedite approvals for U.S. LNG export projects pending in Congress, the U.S. ambassadors of Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Poland and Slovakia wrote to congressional leaders this week, urging action. From their letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan (letters also were sent to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi):

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pipelines  infrastructure  crude-oil  north-dakota 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 15, 2016

In view of the facts, law and established procedure, the government’s latest decision to keep delaying the Dakota Access Pipeline project in North Dakota may only be explained as politics triumphing over legal due process and the public good. 

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oil-and-natural-gas  consumers  us-energy-security  infrastructure  pipelines  gasoline 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 14, 2016

Lest there be any confusion about where the country stands on developing more domestic energy, Americans are casting pro-development votes each time they pull into a gasoline station to fill up and with every mile they travel. On the continued reliable availability of affordable fuel, Americans are putting on quite a display of solidarity.

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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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everything  oil-and-natural-gas  consumers 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 9, 2016

Throughout this election season, we’ve campaigned for our candidate: energy. As a policy issue, energy exerts an outsized impact on the issues Americans care about most: lower consumer costs, job creation, economic growth and security. Polls show that voters of all political persuasions appreciate the significant role oil and natural gas production plays in achieving all these vital objectives.

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oil-and-natural-gas  innovation  technology  horizontal-drilling 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 7, 2016

The degree to which industry innovation and advanced technology is driving America’s energy renaissance is a good-news story that doesn’t get enough attention. Let’s see if we can take a step in that direction.

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hydraulic-fracturing  fracking  oil-and-natural-gas  economic-benefits  emission-reductions  consumers  manufacturing 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 3, 2016

Let’s follow up on a post earlier this week on the energy stakes in next week’s election with some recent analysis by Adam Sieminski, who heads the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Speaking at a Natural Gas Roundtable event, Sieminski said that constraints on hydraulic fracturing, reducing its use, could have significant price impacts. 

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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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pipelines  infrastructure  north-dakota 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted November 1, 2016

The protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota continues to underscore a couple of critically important points for local residents and workers and the entire country. One is the potential harm to the fabric of our society caused by departing from the rule of law and established procedure when the Obama administration announced it was reconsidering federal approvals for the project just minutes after a federal judge found no reason for delaying the pipeline. Another is the risk to people living near the construction site as well as to workers building the pipeline.

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natural-gas  emission-reductions  carbon-emissions  consumers 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted October 27, 2016

Using abundant natural gas offers states a path to meeting emissions reduction targets in a way that’s clean, reliable and affordable. That’s what ICF International modeling (on behalf of API) found. ICF analyzed each of the pathways under EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP), as well as one in which market forces determine the fuel generation mix and new capacity additions – as opposed to government-mandated choices.

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