Vets4Energy joined statewide veteran groups to recognize veterans in South Carolina. 250 attended.
Vets4Energy State Liaison Captain James McCormick presented to a crowd of more than 450 attendees at the West Virginia State Capitol.
Fracking doesn't appear to be allowing methane to seriously contaminate drinking water in Pennsylvania, a new study finds - contrary to some earlier, much publicized research that suggested a stronger link.
Onshore production of natural gas in federal areas fell 21.6 percent. The reason is federal policy. In contrast, state and private lands production increased 57.4 percent.
The crude oil price plunge of more than 50% since last June has proved a mixed blessing for global economies. It has cut deep into the coffers of oil producing nations while providing much needed relief for oil and natural gas import dependent countries. China, the world’s second largest oil importer, is also taking advantage of the oil price plunge.
By Maj Gen. William Hodgkins (ret), V4E Florida Co-Chair -- "Responding to Ron Littlepage's column "Thanks to Obama, our coast is in danger," Vets4Energy, a national organization of military veterans, believes the nation is more secure if we are less dependent on foreign oil.
National Veterans Service Organization (VSO) leaders representing more than nine million veterans met with executives of the American Petroleum Institute (API) to discuss veteran employment in the oil and gas industry and the connection between America's domestic energy renaissance to the nation's national security.
Seven governors from coastal states recently agreed to seek consolidated federal legislation establishing a multi-state plan for sharing revenue from federal offshore energy development.
Gas and oil production from wells drilled horizontally in Ohio's Utica shale industry increased in the last three months of 2014.
"As a veteran, it is clear to me that the success of the United States in cutting reliance on foreign oil from unstable countries is critical to maintaining our own National Security," said Maj. Gen. William Hodgkins, retired U.S. Air Force and chair of Florida Vets4Energy.