04.15.18

U.S. Energy Security Begins At Home

A glance around the world makes it very clear that we must continually support the critical triad of 1) new energy production, 2) new energy infrastructure, and 3) new energy exports.

 

04.13.18

Energy is, and always will be a national safety issue

By a USAF Veteran: Energy production and security have been topics of interest for every Commander in Chief since World War II, when resources were rationed because there wasn't enough to meet citizen and military needs simultaneously.

 

04.12.18

Global petrochemicals growth shifts from Middle East to Gulf Coast

The Gulf Coast is becoming an energy hub rivaling the Middle East

 

04.10.18

Energy Security, Veterans and Energy Careers

Several Veteran organizations join Vets4Energy to discuss our country's energy security at American Petroleum Institute in Washington, DC.

 

04.10.18

What Will It Take to Keep Up With Shale Gas Boom? $170 Billion

Bottlenecks on the U.S. natural gas super highway are starting to stack up, raising concerns about whether infrastructure can be built fast enough to meet surging supplies.

 

04.09.18

U.S. Agencies Agree to Slash Approval Times for Infrastructure Projects

Fourteen agencies... signed an agreement that puts into effect an executive order setting a two-year goal for completing the review process...

 

04.04.18

Oil Drilling Debate Does Not Belong in Constitution

By Florida Vets4Energy Volunteer: "The constitution is not easily changed. Once it has been amended, it is extremely difficult to make any revisions - especially considering the next [Constitution Review Committee] will not meet until 2037."

 

04.02.18

Canada taking less LNG as North American shale improves

U.S. piped gas exports to Canada increased 18 percent from 2016, federal data show.

 

03.28.18

U.S. net energy imports in 2017 fall to their lowest levels since 1982

Total net energy imports to the United States fell to 7.3 quadrillion British thermal units (quads) in 2017, a 35% decrease from 2016 and the lowest level since 1982.

 

03.27.18

U.S. on pace to become a leader in LNG exports

More than half of all U.S. LNG exports went to the Asian and Mexican economies last year.