for Energy Security
T. Boone Pickens explains why Volkswagen's settlement with the Justice Department can help move U.S. energy security in the right direction.
SAFE's Fact Pack summary for Q4 looks at recent trends in oil market fundamentals and transportation while also focusing on how American innovation can help job growth in the transportation and domestic energy sectors, a key development that will lessen the country’s dependence on OPEC imports.
The group has been adamant about putting together a united front to show that it will follow through with production cuts and counter critics who doubt its willingness or capability to do so.
The OPEC commission would examine whether the cartel’s behavior is designed to disadvantage U.S. oil producers and secure market power through anti-competitive behavior.
Critics of the EIA's long-term projections can cherry-pick through the different scenarios to justify almost any outlook that suits their bias.
The Eastern Mediterranean has not seen dramatic development to date, but the scale of its reserves could be enormous and potentially alter the energy security and trade outlooks for the different countries in the area.
Howard “Buck” McKeon is a two-term Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee and current Chairman of the McKeon Group. He served as representative for California’s 25th District from 1993 to 2015. Earlier this month, he spoke to The Fuse about U.S. energy and national security, and the interplay between the two.
Growth in refining capacity, high downstream utilization, and flexibility provided by cheap feedstock thanks to the shale boom have all boosted U.S. energy security and lowered pump prices for consumers.
Maintaining CAFE Standards and EV Tax Credit Consistent with Trump’s Plan to End Dependence on OPEC Oil
The 2016 election could turn out to be a big win for the oil and gas industry, as Trump has championed deregulation and a rollback of a number of environmental measures.
Hillary Clinton articulated her philosophy on energy security in comments she made as Secretary of State. They could serve as a guide to her priorities if she wins the presidency.