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API Blogger Conference Call: Waxman-Markey Bill - 9.17.09

On September 17, API hosted bloggers for a conference call focusing on the status of upcoming energy legislation and API’s current legislative priorities. API President and CEO Jack Gerard took questions from the bloggers, along with API experts John Felmy, Doug Morris and Kyle Isakower.

Oil Sands Developers Group Presentation

Don Thompson, president of the Oil Sands Developers Group, gave this presentation on Canadian oil sands during a Location Tour hosted by API and ConocoPhillips in Alberta, Canada on Aug. 5 through 7.

API Blogger Conference Call: Canadian Oil Sands 08.13.09

On Thursday, Aug. 13, API hosted a conference call for bloggers and Alberta's Minister of the Environment Robert Renner to discuss current issues concerning the production of Canadian oil sands.

Steam Line for In Situ Technology in Alberta, Canada

Companies are producing crude oil from oil sands using a process called in-situ development. The oil sands are heated underground with steam, gravity pulls the hot oil down toward a wellbore, and the oil is brought to the surface.

Oil Sands Reclamation Site in Alberta, Canada

On a recent tour to Syncrudes oil sands facility in Alberta, Canada, employees show visitors a wetlands area reclamation site. In all, 10 universities from Canada and the United States conduct research on Syncrude's environmental program.

Oil Sands Quarry in Alberta, Canada

A multi-story vehicle is hard at work carrying oil sands to a processing facility. Here, the oil sands are used to produce about 350,000 barrels of light, sweet crude oil for consumers every day.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Wyoming State Fact Sheet

The people of Wyoming will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Wisconsin State Fact Sheet

The people of Wisconsin will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: West Virginia State Fact Sheet

The people of West Virginia will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Washington State Fact Sheet

The people of Washington will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.