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  1. Why Congress still matters

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 3 Feb 2014

    other capital-intensive industries." IPAA and other associations also expect congressional oversight to become more essential if regulators try to develop new rules under administrative authority. Capitol Hill contacts won't be neglected.

  2. API's Gerard responds to Markey's job estimate questions

    Online Articles

    Fri, 2 Dec 2011

    that Rep. Markey has cited.” Independent research by Wood Mackenzie, which API released at its Jobs Summit on Capitol Hill soon after Labor Day, shows that more aggressive US energy development policies from Congress and the Obama administration

  3. API Oil tax proposals reflect Obama's energy inconsistency

    Online Articles

    Thu, 23 Feb 2012

    continued. “We take all proposals that come from the administration seriously. Whether this one has any traction on Capitol Hill is for other prognosticators to consider, but I’m certain that people up there will take any proposal to improve

  4. API-backed study eyes regulatory impacts on energy, job growth

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    Wed, 7 Sep 2011

    detrimental effect on production, jobs, and government revenues,” it said. API released the study during a Sept. 7 Capitol Hill energy jobs summit it cosponsored with The Hill newspaper. API Pres. Jack N. Gerard referred to the study’s findings

  5. 'Subsidy' tax ploy hurts credibility of politicos pushing it

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 23 May 2011

    taxpayer subsidies?" asked Max Baucus (D-Mont.), chairman of the Finance Committee, during the latest grilling on Capitol Hill of top executives of major oil companies. In fact, these companies don't need subsidies. More to the point: They

  6. NEPA and the climate

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 1 Apr 2013

    futility. But Obama claims to know better. He'll act. Consequences will be dire. And fault will reside not on Capitol Hill but in the White House. Broadening NEPA review Press reports indicate the White House soon will instruct federal agencies

  7. Obama vows to fight effort to link Keystone XL, payroll tax cut

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 19 Dec 2011

    expect it would be necessary to veto a payroll tax extension bill "because they're going to have enough sense over on Capitol Hill to do the people's business, and not try to load it up with a bunch of politics." Congressional Republicans who

  8. Watching Government: Disappointment, not surprise

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 19 Sep 2011

    Paul W. Bledsoe, a senior advisor at the Bipartisan Policy Center, suggested at a Sept. 8 Energy Jobs Summit on Capitol Hill that traditional and renewable energy industries could help lead a US jobs recovery. Congress could help by passing

  9. Leaks, legislation, and lessons

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 10 Oct 2011

    regulations, and now the specter of these regulations being sucked into the political gamesmanship increasingly typical of Capitol Hill , a degree of public skepticism regarding Keystone XL probably shouldn't come as a surprise. It is up to the pipeline

  10. Industry groups press for prompt Keystone XL project approvel

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 26 Sep 2011

    Department is best qualified to address its environmental impacts," he said during a Sept. 7 energy jobs summit on Capitol Hill . "The final decision about its route should be made by the state." More Oil & Gas Journal Current Issue Articles

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