Oil and Gas Investor Executive Q&A: Washington Watcher

Merely months into the Biden administration, energy policy is front and center with oil and gas on the defense. American Exploration & Production Council CEO Anne Bradbury is engaged with the policymakers rewriting the energy script and offers this primer of what’s ahead for the rest of 2021.

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[Editor's note: A version of this story appears in the June 2021 issue of Oil and Gas Investor magazine.]

Will the U.S. be able to lead the world in oil and gas production and emissions reduction? That quest is being put to the test as the Biden administration pushes to prioritize climate change in its energy policy.

Anne Bradbury, CEO of the American Exploration & Production Council (AXPC), whose membership is composed of 25 of America’s independent E&P companies, joined Cornerstone’s Jack Belcher for a segment of Hart Energy’s Energy Policy Watch video series to discuss the already busy energy policy landscape merely months into the Biden administration.

Bradbury has served as a top leadership aide for over a decade for some of the most important leaders in Congress. As floor director, she guided the House majority’s floor operations and advised the entire Republican leadership team on legislative strategy and policy development. She joined AXPC in 2019.

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