Hart Energy’s Len Vermillion and Jessica Morales discuss day one of CERAWeek by IHS Markit. IEA executive director, Fatih Birol says the U.S. will be a major influence on world crude and LNG markets.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler says the United States’ energy is extracted in more environmentally conscious processes, procedures and requirements than anywhere else in the world. Wheeler says that should be a selling point when the U.S. energy industry is trying to sell to the world.
Hundreds of oil and gas workers and supporters rallied and then testified in the unusually quick Energy and Transportation Committee hearing that took place two days after the bills introduction.
Texas State Senator Brian Birdwell advised the Texas Pipeline Association against complacency simply because the Trump administration is oil and gas friendly.
World energy demand is bound to be driven by population growth on the other side of the world from Washington, D.C., which seems narrowly focused on controlling energy consumption in the United States and Europe where, as data suggests, it’s already been falling.