Vets4Energy National Liaison Admiral Don Loren and Florida Vets4Energy Co-Chair Commander Tom Garcia spoke with the Governor, Executive Director of FL Dept. of Veterans Affairs, and the general audience about the mission of Vets4Energy and discuss the importance of finding jobs for veterans within the energy industry.
The existing, southern segment of the Keystone oil pipeline system has pumped its billionth barrel, owner TransCanada Corp. said Monday. The company is using the milestone to promote the safety of its pipeline and push the Obama administration to approve the highly controversial northern segment, known as Keystone XL.
By Vets4Enery Montana Chairman, James Mariska: ...a second American revolution, one that promises to make our nation energy-independent and secure.
"America should fully embrace the development of U.S. energy resources - including by fracking and offshore drilling." -- William L. Schachte Jr., retired U.S. Navy rear admiral and the South Carolina chairman for Vets4Energy.
By Vets4Energy Chairman Captain James McCormick. After years of dangerous dependence on foreign sources of energy, America - thanks to the ingenuity of its free people and the technology we've created - is now on the verge of energy independence and could very soon become a net energy exporter.
By Vets4Energy Chairman Lt. Michael Wherry. This July Fourth we'll celebrate the 239th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, the founding of our nation in 1776, and the beginning of the American Revolution.
By Vets4Energy Chairman William L. Schachte Jr. - Offshore drilling and fracking would end dependence on foreign oil
By Vets4Energy Chairman Major General Gary Wattnem.This July Fourth, we can celebrate the beginning of a second American revolution, one that promises to make our nation energy-independent and secure.
In Pennsylvania, Vets4Energy speaks against higher energy taxes.
By Vets4Energy Chairman Tony Calderelli. As Gov. Tom Wolf's plan to raise money for schools by taxing gas drillers slams into Republican crosswinds, hundreds of protesters converged on the Statehouse on Tuesday to call on the Legislature to get behind the proposal.