Capt McCormick in Huntington, WV

Vets4Energy Program Director Capt. James McCormick spoke at Veteran Appreciation Day May 15, 2015.



Energy Department Authorizes Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project to Export Liquefied Natural Gas

DOE approves Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project to export domestically produced liquefied natural gas to countries that do not have a Free Trade Agreement with the United States.



Vets4Energy Opposes Higher Ethanol Mandates

In letter to Chicago Mayor Emanuel, Vets4Energy Illinois volunteer director voices opposition to any higher ethanol mandates greater than 10 percent.



LoneStar Energy Fabrication Completes Work on $5.1 Billion Big Foot Project

The 4,600HP, modular, extended tension-leg platform is the industry's largest and will operate in the Bigfoot oil and gas field, 225 miles south of New Orleans at a depth of 5,200 feet.



Veterans and Offshore Drilling

30-minute video discussing the roll offshore energy can play in America's energy revolution.



New Hampshire First-in-the-Nation GOP Leadership Summit

Representing Vets4Energy was Program Director Captain James McCormick who had conversations with Presidential Candidates Ted Cruz (TX), Marco Rubio (FLA), Rand Paul (KY), as well as those exploring a Presidential bid like Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina, of Hewlett-Packard.



Arctic Energy Development Is In Our Hands

A couple of important points on Arctic energy development from U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska at an event hosted recently by CSIS:



Selling American Energy Abroad

Increasing American production and export of energy is a win-win-win proposition. It would enhance our national security, make international energy markets more free, and address environmental issues realistically.



Keystone pipeline still necessary

Panama City News Herald gave Vets4Energy Florida Chairman, Maj. Gen. Hodgkins (ret.) nearly 700 words, almost double the amount of traditional opinion letters, to express his views about the Keystone XL Pipeline.



Big oil deposit found near London airport, but will be hard to tap

The U.K. has identified three potential reservoirs of onshore oil and gas as it seeks to get in on the shale oil boom that has made the U.S. the world's top energy producer.