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Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted May 18, 2011

The future is going to require a lot of energy, of all kinds. World energy consumption is projected to grow nearly 50 percent by 2035. Renewable energy is projected to increase by nearly 200 percent by 2035 over 2008, thanks to leadership and investment from our own industry and others.

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canadian-oil-sands  economic-growth  energy  job-creation  keystone-xl  minnesota 

Rayola Dougher

Rayola Dougher
Posted April 8, 2011

"The benefits of this energy project cannot be overstated. It will open the door to hundreds of thousands of American jobs and improve our nation's energy security," said Marty Durbin, executive vice president of the American Petroleum Institute.

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crude-oil  domestic-energy  energy  gas-prices  gasoline  gasoline-prices  prices 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 9, 2011

There's a photo of a large gasoline-price sign making the rounds on the Internet this week. Instead of listing the retail prices, it advertises the pump price of regular gas as "LOL"; the price of midgrade is listed as "OMG"; and premium is "WTF." Although some might say the photo is amusing, for those on a limited budget, the rapid climb in the price of gasoline is alarming. 

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alternative-energy  domestic-energy  earnings  energy  energy-policy  energy-taxes  government-revenue  renewable-energy  renewables 

Rayola Dougher

Rayola Dougher
Posted January 31, 2011

Over the next couple of weeks, oil and natural gas companies will be releasing their fourth quarter and 2010 year-end performance reports.

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John Felmy
Posted January 26, 2011

America has always been a frontier nation. From the wilds of New England and Virginia we crossed the continent, plumbed the depths of the oceans and launched ourselves high into space in the pursuit of opportunity. In the process we built the strongest economy the world has ever known and achieved a standard of living unimaginable even a century ago.

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crude-oil  energy  energy-information-administration  energy-policy  energy-prices  gasoline-prices  gulf-of-mexico  gulf-oil-spill  presidential-spill-commission  prices  demand 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 12, 2011

Oil prices on the global marketplace rose by $1.86 cents a barrel, or more than 2 percent, yesterday after the presidential oil spill commission recommended more government action to improve safety in the Gulf of Mexico. According to published reports, the commission's conclusions raised fears that the government might slow oil production from its already depressed levels. 

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domestic-energy  energy  energy-supplies  pennsylvania  mansfield 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 12, 2011

The village of Mansfield in Tioga County, Penn., describes itself as a "quaint, Victorian town lined with cozy cafes, antique shops, and farmers' markets...nestled in the picturesque mountains of North Central Pennsylvania." Its name is derived from Asa Mann, who cleared the forest on his estate and laid out the town on "Mann's field" in 1804. 

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