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In a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., American Petroleum Institute President Jack Gerard said Thursday his group “strongly supports” the legislation, named the Energy Policy Modernization Act.
The head of the oil industry’s top lobbying group says the U.S. is an emerging global energy powerhouse, and can can grow even stronger if the federal government imposes fewer regulations.
American Petroleum Institute President Jack Gerard sees at least 20 legislative approaches to lifting the ban on U.S. oil exports.
The House vote to authorize crude exports is a big win for oil producers eager to sell their bounty around the world. But the proposal’s real test is in the narrowly divided Senate.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-California, is set to tell a Houston audience that the chamber will vote this month on a measure lifting the oil export ban, but the White House doesn’t back the bill.
The Environmental Protection Agency proposed the new regulations Tuesday, making a significant step toward fulfilling the White House’s March pledge to pare oil and gas methane emissions by 40 to 45 percent by 2025.
It’s time for presidential candidates to start outlining their plans for energy policy, a top oil industry leader says.
American Petroleum Institute President Jack Gerard said there are enough votes in the House and Senate to overturn the United States’ longstanding ban on crude exports. But a former Navy commander urged caution.
The Obama administration is poised to lay out new requirements for controlling offshore wells, nearly five years after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill vividly illustrated the damage that can be unleashed when they are not kept in check.