Great look at life on the Mars oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

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There’s great opportunity to responsibly develop Alaska’s great oil and natural gas resources. This should be guided by a forward-thinking regulatory framework that prioritizes regularly scheduled lease sales as necessary to enhance U.S. energy security and maintain America’s position as a global energy superpower.

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America has the natural gas and access to markets. Artificial restrictions on LNG export project development should be removed. The potential benefits to the United States are significant.

Global Marketplace Beckons U.S. LNG Exports

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American natural gas is the answer to a number of energy and climate questions. It’s generating the power we need for our homes and businesses, providing the building blocks for our manufacturing renaissance and making our nation and our allies more secure.

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"Americans are saving more on energy bills than ever before, the economy is growing and the United States is the only major country reducing its green house gas emissions. Happily, as infrastructure expands and improves, the benefits will only increase."

Natural Gas Drives Energy Costs to Record Lows

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While a number of policies and actions would support America’s recent energy progress, none is more important than opening new access to oil and natural gas reserves in federally controlled areas, offshore and onshore.

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America’s energy renaissance has made the U.S. the world’s leading oil and natural gas producer, with increased domestic output strengthening our economy and increasing American security in the world – while also playing a key role in reducing U.S. carbon emissions to their lowest level since 1992.

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"Pipelines, like highways, rail and other infrastructure components, are critical to a healthy economy. In West Virginia, green-lighting the construction of more pipeline projects would create hundreds — perhaps thousands — of good-paying construction jobs in our communities."

Steve White: Pipeline projects will create plenty of good jobs (Gazette)

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The U.S. leads the world in the production of natural gas and oil and tax policies should encourage safe development, while also increasing revenues to governments at all levels.

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Most Americans probably recognize that energy tax policy can have as much impact on U.S. energy security as other factors, such as access to reserves and the regulatory environment. They may not know that our industry already contributes about $70 million a day on average to the federal government in taxes, rents and royalties.

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The RFS is an outdated, flawed program that should be repealed or significantly reformed. It’s original objective, to reduce crude imports, is being achieved instead by rising domestic production.

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"Instead of banning fracking, Florida would be wise to work with states that have more experience with science-based fracking regulations. Colorado and Pennsylvania, for example, have developed unique regulations that fit their geology and the conditions and needs of their communities. Both states are reaping the benefits of inexpensive energy production and doing it safely."

Former EPA official to Florida: Don't ban fracking

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Keystone XL represents tremendous opportunity – for energy, infrastructure, jobs and state and national economies

Keystone XL Opens New Push

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Beyond the job and economic benefits, exporting U.S. LNG will help allies overseas – especially those seeking more options in terms of LNG supply – in particular, countries in Central and Eastern Europe, who’ve seen energy used as a weapon in a market dominated by the Soviet Union and now Russia.

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A great interactive look from the Washington Post on the progress the oil and gas industry has made in the past few years.

The United States of oil and gas

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With new crude exports and growing capacity to export LNG, the United States is just now discovering its potential as a global energy supplier.

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"Natural gas and oil are much, much more than just fuels. Oil and gas are all around us – in paint, makeup, the components in bionic parts, life-saving medical technology, clean fuels, space suits and … rockets."

The Right Stuff for Space Exploration – And More

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The fact the U.S. leads the world in oil and natural gas production is critically important, given the role both play in our economy and everyday life.

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"Many Floridians do not realize that, as those energy prices were climbing toward $4 per gallon, Florida tourism growth was subsequently slowing down. After the hydraulic fracturing revolution led to increased supplies and lower prices, Florida’s tourism soon reached record levels — a correlation that can be easily drawn."

Ban on fracking might bring back $4-a-gallon gas: Front Burner

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The link between hydraulic fracturing and U.S. global leadership in oil and natural gas production is direct: Without fracking, there’d be no American energy renaissance – or the array of benefits it is providing to our economy, to individual households, U.S. manufacturers and other businesses.

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