Keep it in the ground

Anti-Fossil Fuel Dem Begs Trump To Flood Oil Markets With Strategic Reserves

The Daily Caller | Chris White | August 30, 2017 An anti-fossil fuel senator from Massachusetts urged President Donald Trump Wednesday to open U.S. oil reserves to limit the affects Tropical Storm Harvey is having on gas prices. Democratic Sen. Ed Markey is pushing the […]

Democrat Ed Markey presses Trump to head off fuel shortages

Washington Examiner | John Siciliano | August 30, 2017 Democratic Sen. Ed Markey warned President Trump on Wednesday about coming gasoline shortages in the Northeast in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, while pressing him to open the nation's strategic oil reserve in order to avoid […]

Why ‘Keep It In The Ground’ Is Not Necessarily Green

Forbes | Dr. Scott Tinker | August 10, 2017 Passionate voices in environmental, political and even academic spheres have recommended elimination of 85% of global energy by keeping oil, natural gas and coal in the ground, thus cutting back on greenhouse gas emissions. This, they […]

Seismic tests as a steppingstone to Virginia offshore drilling raises excitement and concern

The Virginian-Pilot | Dave Mayfield | June 26, 2017 A rig won’t drill off the Virginia coast without a new round of seismic surveys for potential oil and gas deposits. That’s one of the few things about which there’s wide agreement among people who cry […]

Paving the path to U.S. energy dominance

The Washington Times | Rick Perry and Ryan Zinke and Scott Pruitt | June 26, 2017 This week, the Trump administration is hosting “Energy Week” to discuss with state, tribal, business and labor leaders how we can pave the path forward toward U.S. energy dominance. […]

Let new tech guide energy exploration

The Post & Courier | May 29, 2017 | William Schachte Rep. Mark Sanford, R-S.C., recently filed a bill to suspend testing and drilling for oil and natural gas in the Atlantic coastal region for the next 10 years. This was in response to a new […]

We’ve come a long way since Deepwater Horizon

Corpus Christi Caller Times | May 31, 2017 | David de Roode President Trump’s executive order aimed at rolling back efforts to ban oil and natural gas drilling in huge swaths of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans came as welcome relief to our industry. Last […]

Realizing our Offshore Economic Opportunity

Washington Examiner| April 10, 2017 | Randall Luthi It's early days for the Trump administration, but we already know a few things. Our new president favors swift action to meet his campaign promises. He's also shown himself to be a no-holds-barred cost-cutter. These two prongs […]

Fuel the American economy with offshore energy

The Detroit News | February 19, 2017 | Andrew Langer Some parting gift: On his way out the White House door, President Barack Obama banned seismic surveying in the Atlantic Ocean from New England south to Virginia. It was a fitting end to eight years […]

Ban on offshore Arctic energy is out-of-step with views of the people who matter most

The Hill | January 23, 2017 | Lucas Frances A recent opinion submitted by Duane Miller lauded former President Obama’s closure of America’s Arctic to future exploration. The author correctly states that, “As a major economy, we need a strategic, diversified approach to energy development,” […]
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