|Mar 25, 2014|
|Approximately one hour.|
|Bob Tippee, Editor, Oil & Gas Journal Nick Snow, Washington Editor, Oil & Gas Journal|
US oil and gas leaders began 2014 with a handful of certainty and a bucketful of questions about what might happen in Washington during the coming year. Prospects for legislative reform looked dim amid likely continued congressional gridlock, but the possibility of administrative actions creating new regulations without full consideration of their consequences began to emerge.
US President Barack Obama and other political leaders acknowledged during 2013 that the domestic oil and gas outlook has changed to increased abundance from growing scarcity. “It’s positive he recognizes it,” Interstate Natural Gas Association of America Pres. Donald F. Santa told OGJ in late December. “Although decisions may be made elsewhere, he can use his position as a bully pulpit to convince decision-makers that something needs to be done.”
|Bob Tippee Editor Oil & Gas Journal|
|Nick Snow Washington Editor Oil & Gas Journal|
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Since 2004, the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) has assisted 124 companies in their expansion or relocation to Lubbock.
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