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hydraulic-fracturing  energy-policy  domestic-energy  access 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 21, 2012

EPA is taking nominations for membership on a special Science Advisory Board (SAB) panel to advise the agency on a key progress report on hydraulic fracturing and drinking water.

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energy-policy  access  fossil-fuels  natural-gas 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 11, 2012

Oil and natural gas supply about 62 percent of the energy we use today – and are expected to supply close to 60 percent of the energy we use two decades from now.

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access  domestic-energy  energy-policy  keystone-xl  natural-gas  vote4energy 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted September 5, 2012

Bloomberg Government has an analysis this week describing the way surging domestic oil and natural gas production and associated job growth are helping frame the presidential contest. Rob Barnett and Anthony Costello note

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keystone-xl  energy-policy  energy  domestic-energy  access 

Kyle Isakower

Kyle Isakower
Posted September 5, 2012

In this time of stubborn unemployment, jobs are number two on the list of top policy priorities for the American people. This is why it is easy to get angry about the jobs lost by the administration’s decision to say no to the Keystone XL pipeline, a pipeline that would end up delivering around 700,000 barrels of oil per day by 2020.

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access  anwr  demand  domestic-energy  energy-policy  federal-lands  gulf-of-mexico  keystone-xl  liquid-fuel  offshore-drilling  onshore-drilling  supply  taxes 

Kyle Isakower

Kyle Isakower
Posted August 27, 2012

Ridiculing a New York Times editorial blog is like shooting unusually large fish in a barrel, but this one from last Friday is so fantastical and extreme that a commitment to an honest debate on energy compels me to fire away.  And we don’t have to go far to start the fact check, as they lead with:

"The simple truth, as President Obama has recognized, is that a country that holds less than 3 percent of the world’s reserves but consumes more than 20 percent of the world’s supply cannot drill its way to energy independence."

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