#SOAE2014: #API’s Gerard says a quick review needed on US export policy. “It’s a new day…It’s a new America as it relates to oil&gas.
No specific reference to #crude exports from Gerard yet but likely to come up in q&a #soae2014
#API’s Gerard attributes lowest US #CO2 levels in 20 yrs to #natgas; says oil&gas industry spent more on low-#carbon tech than USG #SOAE2014
Looking ahead to November elex, #API’s Gerard says will use America’s Energy America’s Choice campaign to spur pro-energy policies #soae2014
NEW YORK, Jan 7 (Reuters) – Top U.S. oil refiner Valero
Energy voiced the first major opposition to ending a
decades-old ban on crude oil exports on Tuesday, adding to a
debate that will likely shape the biggest energy issue of the
“It makes more sense to keep crude oil here in the U.S.,”
Bill Day, a spokesman for the San Antonio, Texas-based company,
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top Republican on the Senate Energy Committee on Tuesday urged an end to a decades-old U.S. ban on exporting crude oil, saying it will disrupt supply and discourage U.S. production rather than keep domestic gasoline prices stable.
Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, at an event at the Brookings Institute in Washington, stated her full support for easing restrictions on crude oil exports as the United States reaches record levels of production.
Murkowski said will share white paper with not just #senate energy comm. but with all senators. Wants to accelerate #crude #export debate
WASHINGTON, Jan 7 (Reuters) – The top Republican on the
Senate Energy Committee on Tuesday urged a review of a
decades-old U.S. ban on exporting crude oil, saying it will
continue to disrupt supply and decelerate U.S. production rather
than keep domestic gasoline prices stable.
Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski unveiled a report aimed at
triggering debate among lawmakers over whether the United States
should ease restrictions on crude oil exports as it reaches
record levels of production.