The People of America's Oil and Natural Gas Indusry

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New Energy Taxes - Big Mistake

Billions in new oil and natural gas taxes? Say no to Washington's new energy taxes.
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Investing In America's Future

America's oil and natural gas companies are adding nearly $1.5 billion a day to the U.S. economy.

What Does It Take to Make America Run?

What's it take to make America run? Lots of hardworking Americans creating the fuels for nearly 250 million vehicles.

America Spoke - Senator Tom Udall

Senator Tom Udall has an opportunity to make energy a big part of improving our economy.

America Spoke Senator Kay Hagen

Senator Kay Hagen has an opportunity to make energy a big part of improving our economy.

America Spoke Senator Mark Warner

Senator Mark Pryor has an opportunity to make energy a big part of improving our economy.

Short Sighted Tax

Billions of new oil and natural gas taxes? Say no to Washington's new short sighted energy taxes. For more information visit energytomorrow.org

Who Pays More Tax

Billions of new oil and natural gas taxes? Who is going to pay them? We are. For more information visit energytomorrow.org

Bad Idea Television Commerical

Energy is helping getting our economy moving, but some politicians in Washington want to raise taxes on the oil and gas industry putting jobs and our recovery in jeopardy.

The Keystone XL Pipeline -- Safely Providing Energy From Canada

The Keystone XL Pipeline is ready to be built after four years of federal review! Bringing energy from Canada to power our country safely and responsibly. The Keystone XL Pipeline will create more American jobs.

Liquid petroleum pipelines carry crude oil and refined petroleum products (gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, heating oil, etc.) across state and even country borders (interstate & international) as well as within states (intrastate). Pipelines are widely acknowledged to be the safest and most efficient way to move energy products overland for long distances; crude oil and natural gas from production areas to processing plants and refineries, and consumer-ready products to markets. All pipeline safety is regulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).

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