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Trump and the Russia Pipeline

Wall Street Journal | Editorial Board | July 11, 2018 President Trump is so prone to rhetorical excess that he sometimes hurts his own case even when he’s right. A case in point is his shellacking of Germany Wednesday for supporting a new Russian gas […]

U.S. oil output to edge above 12 million bpd late 2019: EIA

Reuters | Reuters Staff | July 10, 2018 NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. crude oil production is expected to average more than 12 million barrels per day late next year for the first time ever, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said in a monthly report […]

The West’s Energy Dominance Is Fueling the Economy and National Security, Zinke Says

Daily Caller | Tim Pearce | July 13, 2018 Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reiterated Wednesday that energy development in the U.S. is driving economic growth while securing America’s future against threats to the nation’s energy supply, Western Wire reports. Zinke delivered the remarks at the Western Caucus […]

Offshore Wind Could Finally Start to Catch on in the US

Earther | Maddie Stone | June 28, 2018 There’s a huge amount of energy blowing in the wind right offshore, but America has been slow to take advantage of it, with just one small offshore wind farm in U.S. waters. But that may soon be […]

Energy Topples Tech as Top Sector

Wall Street Journal | Danielle Chemtob | June 28, 2018 Energy stocks are on pace to be the best-performing group in the S&P 500 this quarter, after oil prices broke through $70 a barrel, a level they have struggled to reach and stay above for almost four […]

INSIGHT: Unleashing the Potential of Offshore Wind

Bloomberg Environment | June 25, 2018 The next revolution in global energy production may be one you have to squint to see. Over the last several years, large-scale deployment of offshore wind has emerged as a significant resource. This acceleration is spurred by experience in […]

Explore our offshore resources

The Post & Courier | Stephen Gilchrist | June 20, 2018 South Carolina, like every other state, depends on oil and natural gas to fuel our local economies and power our daily lives. We rely on accessible, affordable energy for everything from cooking dinner to […]

Offshore Oil and Natural Gas Development Drives US Energy and National Security

Real Clear Energy | Jim Webb & Jim Nicholson | June 20, 2018 Energy is the driving force for growth and quality of life in every nation, large and small. National security depends on it. Wars have been fought over it. A nation cannot reach or […]

Op/ed: Exploring our Offshore Energy Resources

Daily Press | Former Dels. Winsome Earle Sears and Mike Watson | June 19, 2018 As long as Virginia’s families, small businesses, and our military depend on oil and natural gas as a way to power our lives, it is important to know what resources are […]

House set to debate offshore wind energy bills in U.S. waters

Reuters | Valerie Volcovici | June 19, 2018 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. House committee will kick off debate next week on three new bills aimed at boosting offshore wind energy leases in federal waters. The House Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources will hold a […]
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