Vets4Energy Program Director voices his opinion about America's need for energy independence in short video produced by Energy Speaks in West Virginia.
Leanne Wheeler, Colorado Vet4Energy volunteer Chairwoman and former Sergeant with US Air Force, testified before the Colorado House of Representative Business Affairs and Labor Committee regarding a veteran's workforce bill.
The first international shipment of liquefied natural gas in decades from the Lower 48 states is poised to leave for Brazil from Louisiana.
President Obama's decision to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline project three months ago may have brought an end to a controversial proposal initiated over six years ago, but some supporters of the U.S.-Canadian pipeline believe nixing the plan was not in the best interest of the country.
Inside the oil tanker was a cargo that some on Capitol Hill had dubbed "Liquid American Freedom" -- the first U.S. crude bound for overseas markets after Congress lifted the 40-year export ban.
A majority of Americans are concerned with energy security issues with terrorism, dependency on the Middle East and electrical grid security of major concern, according to the latest edition of the UT Energy Poll.
Vets4Energy attends "Veteran's Visibility Day" - joining many veterans of West Virginia gain the opportunity to visit with their Senators and Delegates and ask them to support Veterans Legislation.
Global energy demand between 2014 and 2035 is expected to rise 34%, with fossil fuels remaining "the dominant form of energy over the period," according to the 2016 edition of the BP Energy Outlook.
The U.S. Senate teamed up with the American Petroleum Institute (API) to help veterans and current military members find jobs in the oil and gas industry, the API said this week.
While the Army is making great progress meeting its energy efficiency and renewable energy targets, this is not enough, said Richard Kidd, the deputy assistant secretary of the Army for energy and sustainability.