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President Barack Obama on May 2 visited Venice, La., vowing to do whatever it takes to stop the continuing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, which he called a "massive and potentially unprecedented environmental disaster."
similarity between the cancellation of 51 American nuclear reactor builds after the 1979 Three Mile Island meltdown and President Obama 's cancellation of 30 ongoing deepwater drilling programs in the Gulf of Mexico. Those 51 additional nuclear reactors
A bearish government report on US inventories of crude and products pushed prices lower before optimism that President Obama will boost the economy triggered a rally during the last hour of trading Jan. 22.
Three US Senate Republicans asked President Obama on Mar. 2 to expeditiously complete development of the 5-year OCS plan, which US Interior Sec. Ken Salazar has delayed.
promising. The press release's title read, "Senators Stabenow and Markey lead bipartisan group of 22 senators urging President Obama to consider the impact of large-scale natural gas exports on American manufacturing, families." The release said
of jobs," he said. Separately, American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers Pres. Charles T. Drevna noted, " President Obama has proven time and again that he will employ any stall tactic to avoid advancement of the pipeline, even though
making the Arctic region a higher US priority; greater attention paid by US policymakers; and, in keeping with President Obama 's call for 'national unity of effort' on the Arctic, coordination of operational efforts," he told Murkowski
change," said Susan Casey-Lefkowitz, international program director at the Natural Resources Defense Council. " President Obama now has all the information he needs to reject the pipeline. This is absolutely not in our national interest
adding, “Delaying a decision until after the November elections is bad public policy.” Drevna continued, “ President Obama could have decided today to allow the pipeline, which has already been extensively studied and found to have little
adding, "Delaying a decision until after the November elections is bad public policy." Drevna continued, " President Obama could have decided today to allow the pipeline, which has already been extensively studied and found to have little