Let new tech guide energy exploration

By Vets4Energy SC volunteer Chairman, Rear Adm. William Schachte, (ret.), of Charleston, SC.



SC Vets4Energy leader pushes back on effort to halt offshore energy production

"Blanket opposition to safe seismic testing and energy development is an out-of-date mentality that, quite honestly, jeopardizes America's future,"



DOI will evaluate applications to scout offshore energy in Atlantic

"At the very least we should know what resources are there," the retired captain argued. "It's like having an attic full of stuff but not going up to see what it is. It doesn't make sense not to at least look," says Capt. McCormick of Vets4Energy.



McCormick on John Fredericks show

Capt. McCormick provides a veterans perspective on why energy infrastructure is important, and counters what a few other veterans are claiming about VA pipeline.



Iran, Spanish Company Sign $615 Million Deal for Oil Pipes

Iran has been trying to renovate its oil industry since the 2015 landmark nuclear deal with world powers. The country exports 2 million barrels of oil per day, which compromises more than 30 percent of the country's annual budget.



U.S. plan to sell oil reserve shows declining import needs

Although the figure is equivalent only to the output of a mid-sized field, it sends a powerful signal about the United States' decreasing need for imports as its own production reaches new highs.



Aramco signs $50-billion in deals with US companies

The agreements were signed May 20 in Riyadh in the presence of King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and US President Donald Trump....



Business, energy groups promote benefits of trade as Trump prepares to reopen NAFTA talks

"Knowing who your allies are, and treating them right and fairly, is what energy security and global strength is all about," concluded Capt. James McCormick.



Summary of Purple Heart Trail's New England driving tour (April 17-22)

"...what I found driving these two-lane routes was several wonderful small towns that few ever heard of - let alone get to see in a lifetime."



Bet You'd Be Shocked by How Much of Our Natural Gas Comes From Fracking

... more than one-third of America's electricity comes from natural gas; half of American homes use it for cooking, heating water and drying clothes; tens of billions of dollars' worth of goods are made from it, and hundreds of thousands of vehicles use it as a fuel.