Business groups, energy consumers, policy leaders and veterans organizations (Vets4Energy) let their voices be heard that energy exploration and long range planning is critically important to the nation's energy security and will be a huge economic boost to South Carolina.
A small collection of historical moments that Veterans remember during Black History Month.
Obviously February is African American History Month, and I wanted to highlight some of my favorite Medals of Honor and other heroes from America's history.
God Bless the USA, our military and their families support our freedoms and way of life.
Today members of Vets4Energy Florida, Florida Energy Forum, Consumer Energy Alliance and Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosted a press conference to discuss the need for a balanced energy approach that will create new job opportunities, generate revenue and enhance national security while protecting the environment.
"As a nation, we are stronger and safer when we have our own reliable source of domestic energy supply," said Curtis "CS" Bennett, U.S. Navy veteran and member of Vets4Energy Florida.
Many aspects of Olympic-level competition have taken remarkable strides since the first Winter Olympics in 1924; and it is astounding to see the technology and innovation that have advanced in the Figure Skating world.
In an effort to partially pay for new spending, the budget agreement would sell 100 million barrels of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) in the next decade.
There's a notable military presence on the U.S. Olympic bobsled and luge teams. Four bobsledders, three lugers and two coaches are servicemembers.
[I]n a trade that illustrates how the rise of the American shale industry is upending energy markets across the globe, the U.A.E. bought oil directly from the U.S. in December...