More domestic production has helped to inoculate consumers from price spikes, but looming regulatory and government actions be the end to this period of price stability.
Offshore production could lift the economy, boost government revenues, and make self-reliance a reality.
Connecticut should think twice about using the electricity production its citizens need as a cash cow to pay for unrelated spending.
Consumers would feel the pain of a proposal to extend a temporary tax on electricity generation.
The House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to provide $10 million to allow the NRC to continue its review of the Yucca Mountain license application.
America’s oil and gas industry would like to apply the same innovations in natural gas development to unconventional oil, much of which resides on federal lands.
"It isn’t enough just to be for an ‘all of the above’ energy policy in a speech. It’s time to actually propose one.”
Like clockwork, every year around this time some policymakers resurrect one of the more egregiously bad policy proposals out there—a windfall profits tax on oil companies.
As we’ve discussed several times in this space, President Obama’s move to delay a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline will cost America thousands of jobs in the near term that would have otherwise been created.
Debate heated up on Capitol Hill over the fate of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. Now that the Obama administration has chosen to delay the pipeline, Congress has stepped in.
The Chamber, today, sent a letter in support of S.1932, "The North American Energy Security Act of 2011" introduced by