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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 17, 2010

In a new interview, API's President and CEO Jack Gerard told Energy Guardian that the administration is pursuing policies that are at odds with the will of the American public. Pointing to the November election, he said, "Americans sent a very strong message to all of their elected officials that they want the focus to be on three top priorities: That's jobs, jobs, jobs." 

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congress  domestic-energy  energy-policy  government-revenue  hydraulic-fracturing  water 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 12, 2010

A few days ago, a reader submitted a comment to this blog in which she posed several questions about hydraulic fracturing. Her final question asked why the hydraulic fracturing issue had become so adversarial: 

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blowout-preventer  bop34  bp234  congress  deepwater-horizon  gulf-of-mexico  halliburton  interior-department  macondo-well  oil-leak  oil-spill 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 9, 2010

The lead investigator for the presidential panel examining the Deepwater Horizon accident yesterday said he has found no evidence that anyone involved in the Macondo well took shortcuts to save money. 

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clean-air-act  congress  domestic-energy  energy-policy  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  ghg34  ghg-emissions  greenhouse-gas  greenhouse-gas-emissions  obama-administration  over-regulation  ozone-standard  senate 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 4, 2010

Pundits and reporters today are speculating on the election results' impact on proposed environmental regulations, including the future of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) plan to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions under the Clean Air Act. 

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congress  domestic-energy  energy-policy  oil-and-natural-gas-industry 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 4, 2010

If the new Congress wants to put Americans back to work, it should take steps to encourage the domestic production of oil and natural gas.

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congress  domestic-energy  energy-iq  energy-policy  energy-taxes  oil-and-natural-gas-jobs 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 28, 2010

When you think about it, all of us in some way are connected to the oil and natural gas industry, and its impact on the U.S. economy is massive. 

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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 27, 2010

With just a few days to go before one of the most highly-contested mid-term elections in U.S. history, Americans are taking a hard look at the candidates and the issues before heading to the polls. Whether they are Republicans, Democrats or Independents, voters recognize the election's importance in framing fiscal policy, as well as energy and environmental issues for the next two years. 

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biofuels  congress  e1534  energy-policy  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  ethanol  fuel-blends  gasoline-blends 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 21, 2010

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced a new multi-million dollar program to promote the production of and demand for biofuels. His announcement came on the heels of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) approval of E15, a fuel blend containing up to 15 percent ethanol.

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carbon-dioxide  carbon-dioxide-emissions  clean-air-act  co234  congress  de-facto-moratorium  domestic-energy  energy-policy  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  ghg34  ghg-emissions  greenhouse-gas  greenhouse-gas-emissions  over-regulation  permits  refiners 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 11, 2010

The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) plan to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is being challenged in court--again. The most recent suit was filed Thursday by more than 90 companies and trade associations which are questioning the EPA's finding that GHGs endanger public health. 

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