‘Energy dominance starts in the Gulf’
‘Offshore leasing benefits the economies of all of the states’
They’ll ‘pursue legislation to overturn this decision’
America doesn’t need the president’s flimsy promises about what might happen in the future.
American consumers need Alaska, and Keystone.
VP warns Coast Guard graduates
The work at the Frade field where the leak occurred is one of Chevron’s biggest capital investments
Obama moves cautiously on new oil drilling - USA Today
Entire west and east coasts of the continental U.S. remain out of bounds
‘We urge him, again, to take a look at policies that will encourage oil, and domestic gas development’
Bipartisan group votes for bill allowing drilling in Outer Continental Shelf
Bureaucratic, legal and legislative barriers to drilling only deepen our dependence on foreign sources of oil.
One year after a BP well gushed oil into the Gulf of Mexico, Americans want more offshore drilling
Our dependence on Middle Eastern oil makes it hard for us to intervene in Middle Eastern conflicts for humanitarian reasons without raising suspicions.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar feels heat from both drilling advocates and environmentalists after issuing the first deep-water permit since last April
Deep drilling resumes... finally - TheDC
Cracking under political pressure, Salazar issues first deep-water permits in Gulf
Offshore Marine Service Association calls on Obama to ‘stop destroying jobs in the Gulf’
Seahawk Drilling CEO: forced to file bankruptcy because of ‘unprecedented decline in the issuance of offshore drilling permits’
Environmental groups and lawmakers have said BP cut corners to reduce costs but the the president’s commission has found no evidence of that so far
Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu has become an unlikely champion of Louisiana’s oil and gas industry.