Fracking accounted for a mere seven percent of total U.S. natural gas production in 2000 and produced 3.6 billion cubic feet of gas per day. By 2015, America produced 79 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day.
"It's going to take a very long time before we can wean ourselves from fossil fuels, so I think that to keep it in the ground is naive, to say we could shift to 100 percent renewables is naive...""
"I think it is good for the economy," Leanne D. Wheeler, a U.S. Air Force veteran and the volunteer chair for Colorado Vets4Energy. "Oil and gas is a growth sector here in Colorado and with the number of transitioning military that we see here now."
"We're not just exporting energy. We're exporting freedom." "The US has the opportunity to do with oil and gas what it does in so many other commodity markets: be the stabilizing force..."
Volunteer chair of South Carolina Vets4Energy [is] critical of coverage given to energy issues -- specifically offshore energy development -- in the Charleston Post & Courier.
There's no evidence -- zero, zilch, nada -- that fracking contaminates drinking water. Researchers hoped to keep these findings secret.
It's the first such overseas shipment of the state's oil since Congress lifted a 40-year ban on crude export in December.
LNG coming out of the U.S. is probably the single most important thing that will transform the future LNG market... It heralds the arrival of a global market.
Tom Garcia, Commander USN (ret.) and current chairman of Florida Vets4Energy, provided an energy update to attendees of Florida's "Veterans 4 Veterans" meeting on April 2, 2016.
[Rear Admiral] Loren highlighted the continued importance of energy security to our national security.