Why Congress still matters

Oil and gas industry leaders generally don't expect the US Congress to do much about energy in 2014. But they haven't necessarily written federal lawmakers off. Top trade association officials who spoke to OGJ for its annual US Political Outlook special report agreed that partisan gridlock between the US House and Senate isn't going to ease anytime soon. "In Congress, there's been a thirtyfold decrease in willingness to work with people you don't agree with," Natural Gas Supply Association Pres. Skip Horvath observed. Announcements by senior House and Senate members that they won't run for reelection in 2014 add to the uncertainty. So does the traditional belief that many others...

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