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power-past-impossible  natural-gas  technology-innovation 

Jessica  Lutz

Jessica Lutz
Posted June 13, 2018

By now you have probably seen “Impossible 2.0,” API’s new ad highlighting how natural gas and oil make our modern-day lives possible. They not only generate electricity and power vehicles but are the building blocks in so many of the fundamental necessities and comforts we enjoy each day — from communication, to transportation, to food, education, entertainment and more. 

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natural-gas  electric-grid  security  pipelines  infrastructure 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted June 12, 2018

Administration officials continue to push the idea of propping up failing coal and nuclear plants to ensure the health of the U.S. power system by asserting that the nation’s natural gas infrastructure is at heightened risk of cyber attack and other threats. There’s simply no substantiated evidence supporting their claim.

Here’s what you need to know about the security of our country’s natural gas infrastructure and industry’s efforts to guard against potential cyber threats.

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natural-gas  electric-grid  emission-reductions  us-energy-security 

Jessica  Lutz

Jessica Lutz
Posted June 12, 2018

As the natural gas industry prepares for the upcoming World Gas Conference in Washington D.C. (June 25-29), let’s take a look at some of the issues bringing together many of the world’s most influential leaders, policymakers and experts from sectors ranging from finance, to trading, to law, to government.

The conference agenda reflects the key role natural gas plays in reliable power generation, a cleaner environment, affordable energy and the security of our nation and our allies, as well as the infrastructure working behind the scenes to make sure this energy is available when we need it most.


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oil-and-natural-gas  safe-operations  economic-benefits  colorado  jobs 

Tracee Bentley

Tracee Bentley
Posted June 11, 2018

Natural gas and oil touch nearly every aspect of life in Colorado – with responsible, well-regulated development that protects the environment and public health creating jobs and opportunity while providing significant support for public services, including the state’s education system. That’s broad message contained in a new report, “Progress and Opportunity,” just released by API.



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offshore-energy  oil-and-natural-gas  safe-operations  economic-benefits 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted June 8, 2018

Our industry supports increased access to America’s offshore natural gas and oil. The benefits promise to be broad for coastal states and the entire country. Responsible development is safe, well-regulated and compatible with other uses, including those of our military.

To advance the nation’s strategic interests that are tied to careful offshore natural gas and oil, API this week announced the launch of “Explore Offshore,” a diverse coalition of more than 100 local leaders, community organizations, businesses and associations from five Atlantic and Gulf Coast states that supports increased offshore access. 

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rfs34  e1534 

Sabrina Fang

Sabrina Fang
Posted June 7, 2018

Recognizing the harm E15 can impose on consumers, Senator Tom Udall and Rep. Peter Welch issued a letter to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt reiterating of the EPA’s lack of legal authority to allow the sale of E15 gasoline without the necessary legislation:

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trade  regulation  pipeline-construction  oil-and-natural-gas 

Jessica  Lutz

Jessica Lutz
Posted June 6, 2018

For months, ISO New England CEO Gordon van Welie has had a consistent message: insufficient natural gas infrastructure continues to put the region’s customers at risk of service interruptions during periods of peak demand that often coincide with extreme weather conditions.

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trade  regulation  pipeline-construction  oil-and-natural-gas 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted June 1, 2018

The decision by the Trump administration to impose tariffs on imported steel, including key allies Canada, Mexico and the European Union, is the wrong direction for U.S. energy policy. While the full effect of these tariffs on steel-intensive business—and the U.S. economy—remains to be seen, the impacts will ripple through the natural gas and oil industry, compromising energy production and posing a threat to America’s national security.

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gasoline-prices  crude-oil  gasoline-blends  gasoline-taxes  consumers 

Jessica  Lutz

Jessica Lutz
Posted May 31, 2018

In a recently released report, the U.N. Conference on Trade and Development digs into the factors that have made the U.S. energy dominance possible, and – specifically – the role of natural gas in energy dominance. 

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gasoline-prices  crude-oil  gasoline-blends  gasoline-taxes  consumers 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted May 24, 2018

Let’s add some needed perspective in the ongoing discussion of U.S. gasoline prices – even as Washington politicians try to exploit them for their own agendas. The latest political play: Senate Democrats want the president to cajole other nations into producing more oil to increase supply in hopes of moderating things at the pump.

Certainly, increasing global crude supply is important, because in the past doing so has put downward pressure on the cost of crude, the No. 1 factor driving gasoline prices.

But, since we’ve seen how much lower and less volatile prices have been the past four years, thanks to the growth of U.S. oil production, wouldn’t it be smarter to encourage greater oil production here at home? Senate Energy Committee Chairwoman Lisa Murkowski

thinks so.

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