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Editor's note: Updated April 11, 2021.
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Ongoing U.S. tensions with China and Russia offer Vietnam an opportunity to boost economic ties with the former if American investors can steer past geopolitical smokescreens and destine funds for infrastructure, power and LNG projects all somewhat tied to Vietnam’s manufacturing sector.
API’s annual report offers a plan to bolster investment in oil and gas projects and streamline the permitting process even as the White House prioritizes renewable energy sources.
The Center for ESG and Sustainability vice president Brent Greenfield discusses how nuclear energy can add to the diversified fuel mix and help supply the world with reliable energy.
Texas Alliance of Energy Producers president Jason Modglin discusses which Biden administration policies are helping and hindering the oil and gas industry and the legislation required to boost American energy production.
The industry must meet public demand for reliability, affordability and sustainability even in the face of changing ESG policy and a lack of standardization around ESG reporting.
Cornerstone Government Affairs principal Jack Belcher shares energy policy developments underway in Washington.
Cornerstone Government Affairs principal of advisory services and tax policy expert John Sandell discusses the Inflation Reduction Act and the various impacts it has on the oil and gas industry.
Norway-based energy expert and consultant Geir Vollsaeter also discussed how the decarbonization movement fits into the unfolding transatlantic energy security issue. “While they drove down that climate trail, which was needed, we ended up in this situation where we cannot deal with the climate if we don’t have enough energy. It’s that simple.”
Our inconsistent policies are not addressing our energy crisis. The path to lower U.S. energy prices and greater energy security begins and ends right here at home, writes Jack Belcher, principal at Cornerstone.
PUC Commissioner Jimmy Glotfelty joins the latest installment of Energy Policy Watch to discuss the ongoing efforts by the PUC on wholesale electric market design and strengthening the reliability of the Texas power grid.
Elected officials who normally are not very supportive of domestic petroleum, or even hostile to it, have suddenly become big fans of U.S. natural gas in the form of LNG exports.
Matei Balaita, trade and economic counselor at the Embassy of Romania, joins the latest installment of Energy Policy Watch to discuss opportunities for trade investment available for U.S. companies in the Romanian energy sector.
U.S. oil and gas producers and exporters are well-positioned to bring much-needed energy supplies to the global market and here are several examples that prove just that.
Tim Stewart, president of US Oil & Gas Association, joins the latest installment of Energy Policy Watch to discuss the impact of geopolitics on U.S. energy, Biden’s pivot to boost oil supply and participating in the energy transition.
Jon Rogers, CEO of Locus Bio-Energy Solutions, joins the latest installment of Energy Policy Watch to discuss a possible solution for U.S. producers to boost domestic oil production amid calls from the Biden administration to open the taps.