... it is evident the DOD is ready and willing to collaborate with the oil and natural gas industry so long as offshore exploration does not interfere with military operations. By Vets4Energy volunteer.
Capt. McCormick discusses energy security issues with US Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Shelly Moore Capito (R-WV), both of whom expressed support of the Vets4Energy perspective.
With misinformation floating around about gasoline costs, it may be helpful to explain a few of the factors that influence prices at the pump.
engineers, analysts, scientists, geologists and more are using their brainpower to create cutting-edge technologies that make energy development more precise, efficient and safer than ever before.
Finding roughnecks remains a challenge for oil drillers as rising crude prices increase demand for their services, oilfield executives said on Thursday at a conference in Houston.
U.S. crude oil exports averaged 1.1 million barrels per day (b/d) in 2017 and 1.6 million b/d so far in 2018, up from less than 0.5 million b/d in 2016. This growth in U.S. crude oil exports happened despite the fact that U.S. Gulf Coast onshore ports cannot fully load Very Large Crude Carriers...
Industry has a long track record of developing offshore energy in a way that successfully coexists with the military's needs in the Gulf of Mexico and other areas.
This Fact Sheet will highlight the growing interconnections of the North American energy market and the opportunities that a modernized NAFTA presents to further increase energy security (includes info on Investor-State Dispute Settlement, or ISDS).
Although renewables such as wind and solar accounted for 98% of the 2 GW added so far this year (based on data for January and February), EIA expects about 21 GW of natural gas-fired generators will come online in 2018.
McClatchy recently reported that the same Russian cyber-manipulation campaign that interfered with the U.S. election in 2016 had a "hidden hand" in Florida protests against a natural gas pipeline...