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API President and CEO Jack Gerard to Depart in August

After 10 years running one of Washington’s most influential associations covering all aspects of the oil and natural gas sector, API President and CEO Jack Gerard announced he will not make another long-term commitment to API and will step down when his current contract ends in August 2018.  542 more words

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API Study Says Demand for Petroleum, Gasoline at Historic Highs

Since 2016, Macmichael Nwaiwu has served as a senior engineer with DTE Energy in Detroit, Michigan, and has more than eight years of experience in the petroleum and natural gas sectors. 138 more words

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2 Oil & Gas Groups Sue Another Colorado City Over Tight Drilling Regulations

By Stan Bush

THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – Two of Colorado’s top oil and gas supporters are suing the city of Thornton over new regulations.

The Colorado Oil & Gas Association and the American Petroleum Institute filed a lawsuit on Tuesday claiming rules Thornton’s City Council passed in August overreach beyond what state and federal laws have outlined for the industry. 131 more words


EPA's Scott Pruitt Announces End of Obama-Era Clean Power Plan Meant to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Clean Power Plan was designed by Obama administration to limit greenhouse gas emissions

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt at the White House in June. PHOTO: PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS/ASSOCIATED PRESS… 775 more words

Trump’s $20 Billion/Year Welfare Check to Dirty Energy

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Millions of Americans may be struggling to pay routine household bills, but still US taxpayers are handing out a whopping $20 billion in fossil fuel subsidies a year.

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Oil companies that cheered Trump's regulatory rollback are quaking about changing NAFTA

By Jennifer A. Dlouhy

The Trump administration is easing environmental regulations and opening up territory for drilling as part of the president’s bid to unleash the “vast energy wealth” of the U.S. 1,054 more words


Oil edges higher above US$52 before inventory report

By Alex Lawler

LONDON — Oil rose further above US$52 a barrel on Wednesday ahead of a U.S. inventory report expected to show crude stocks dropped for a sixth week, although gains were capped by doubts about compliance with OPEC-led supply cuts. 366 more words