Can exporting U.S. natural gas and more E.U. fracking mitigate Russia’s death-grip on European energy?
The ban on crude oil exports was useless in the 1970s, but it is actively harmful today.
As approval of the Keystone Pipeline continues to be an issue of debate, Speaker Boehner felt it was necessary to give the president a nudge with some impassioned words.
Thanks to fracking, the production of oil and natural gas in the United States is dramatically increasing—and Saudi Arabia isn’t happy about it.
Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee is bringing an important issue to the forefront of policy debate.
Despite all the fighting over the Keystone Pipeline, it is now getting some use. Oil is now being pumped into the pipeline’s southern leg, which stretches across Oklahoma to the Texas coast.
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