A Better Way on Energy Policy: An American Success Story

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Morning Consult | September 8, 2016 | Rep. Fred Upton In a world often confronted with bad news, positive developments are welcome. Our nation’s energy situation is providing such relief to what’s often a drought of good news. Abundant supply, new technologies, market forces, and wise congressional action are all […] Read more »

Voters Say Yes to Energy, No to ‘Keep It in the Ground’

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Real Clear Energy | July 21, 2016 | David Holt Job growth and the overall economy will be at the top of voters’ minds this coming Election Day, a recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll says. Other polls – from CNN/ORC, CBS News/New York Times, ABC News/Washington Post, USA Today, […] Read more »

Revenue-Sharing Push Gains Steam

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Environment & Energy Daily | June 30, 2016 | Hannah Hess Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) unveiled legislation yesterday that would expand the sharing of offshore oil and gas revenues with coastal states, and streamline environmental review of solar, wind and geothermal projects on public lands. The bill, dubbed the “American […] Read more »

Institute for Energy Research: Voting For Energy

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Forbes | June 14, 2016 | Robert Bradley, Jr. Despite the divisiveness of this election season, Americans from both parties share common ground. As polls show, voters want the next president to inject life into our sluggish economy. The nation created only 38,000 jobs last month, according to the Department […] Read more »

Distinction With A Difference: Arctic Lease Sales Should Go Forward

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Breaking Energy | June 16, 2016 | Lucas Frances The Department of the Interior may have decided to exclude the Atlantic region from its upcoming five-year offshore leasing plan, but the existing lease sales in the Arctic should go forward as planned. As the public comment period for the proposed […] Read more »