The People of America's Oil and Natural Gas Indusry

Digital Resources

Who Will Be Hurt By Higher Taxes on Energy Companies?

http://EnergyTomorrow.org American Petroleum Institute (API) Tax Policy Manager Stephen Comstock explains why it makes no sense for Congress to raise energy taxes. Raising energy taxes would hurt the 2.1 million people directly employed by the oil and natural gas industry as well as their local economies and communities. For more information, visit http://EnergyTomorrow.org.

Provisions Increasing Taxes on the Oil and Natural Gas Industry

Some in Congress want to increase federal revenue by repealing or modifying several long-standing, legitimate tax policies affecting the U.S. oil and natural gas industry. At a time of high unemployment when we are struggling to recover from a recession, these proposals will threaten U.S. jobs and weaken U.S.-based companies.

Higher Taxes on American Energy Consumers?

http://EnergyTomorrow.org American Petroleum Institute (API) President and CEO Jack Gerard discusses Congress's plan to impose significant tax increases on the oil and natural gas industry and how higher energy taxes would hurt American consumers. For more information, visit http://EnergyTomorrow.org.

Technology Unlocking U.S. Natural Gas

http://EnergyTomorrow.org American Petroleum Institute (API) Senior Economic Advisor Rayola Dougher discusses the important role hydraulic fracturing plays in unlocking America's vast supply of domestic natural gas. For more information, visit http://EnergyTomorrow.org.

Raising Energy Taxes: The Impact on Consumers

http://EnergyTomorrow.org American Petroleum Institute (API) Chief Economist Dr. John Felmy explains how raising taxes on the oil and natural gas industry can adversely affect American consumers. For more information, visit http://EnergyTomorrow.org.

Research and Development in the Oil and Natural Gas Industry

http://EnergyTomorrow.org American Petroleum Institute (API) Chief Economist Dr. John Felmy discusses alternative energy research and how the oil and natural gas industry has dedicated more than 58 billion dollars towards the development of these new energy technologies. For more information, visit http://EnergyTomorrow.org.

Gasland Fact Sheet

While there may be two sides to a story, there is only one set of facts. Instead of presenting a well-documented, objective assessment of the impact U.S. natural gas production has on local communities, the producers of GasLand have amassed an array of advocacy, conjecture and misinformation contrived to further their agenda.

API Standards Programs and Procedures

API has been the leader in developing voluntary industry standards that promote reliability and safety through the use of proven engineering practices. The API Standards Program is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the authority on U.S. standards, and undergoes regular program audits to ensure it meets ANSI’s Essential Requirements of openness, balance, consensus and due process. API’s standards are developed through a collaborative effort with industry experts, as well the best and brightest technical experts from government, academia and other interested stakeholders.

The Unintended Consequences of Increasing Liability Limits

http://EnergyTomorrow.org Former Congressman Charlie Stenholm discusses unintended consequences of energy legislation, including what could happen if congress increases liability limits for oil companies. For more information, visit http://EnergyTomorrow.org.

The Long-Term Economic Impact of an Offshore Drilling Moratorium

http://EnergyTomorrow.org American Petroleum Institute (API) Chief Economist Dr. John Felmy discusses potential long-term economic impacts of an offshore drilling moratorium. For more information, visit http://EnergyTomorrow.org.