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Vets4Energy Promotes New Website to Connect Job-Seeking Vets and Hiring Employers

Veterans Energy Pipeline, a new resource to help veterans identify private sector jobs that utilize skills that were acquired while serving our country, was unveiled at an event at the U.S. Capitol  

BP: Fossil fuels to remain 'dominant form of energy' through 2035

Global energy demand between 2014 and 2035 is expected to rise 34%, with fossil fuels remaining "the dominant form of energy over the period," according to the 2016 edition of the BP Energy Outlook.  

Expanding domestic energy is 2016 priority, US Chamber president says

The US Chamber of Commerce is making domestic energy expansion one of its top 2016 priorities, its president announced. It also intends to fight runaway government regulation, push for more American trade globally, and promote entitlement reform discussions.  

NY attorney general objects to pipeline tree-cutting request

New York's attorney general filed objections Thursday to the Constitution Pipeline Company's request to cut trees along the proposed route of its 124-mile natural gas pipeline, citing the lack of a state water quality permit and pending requests for a rehearing of the federal agency order that cleared the way for the project.  

Obama: Companies should face higher charges for drilling on federal land

President Barack Obama signaled in his final State of the Union address Tuesday night that fossil fuel companies could face higher charges when mining on federal lands.  

US crude exports help keep prices low

Oil prices have remained low despite heightened tensions between two of the world's big oil-producing countries, Iran and Saudi Arabia, and a new law allowing U.S. crude exports helps explain why...  

Fracking Saves the Day

It may be too much to say that fracking alone saved the global economy in 2015, but fracking had a lot to do with it.  

Energy revolution reducing emissions

Emissions from power generation have dropped to near 20-year lows, and increased natural-gas use has been responsible for more than 62 percent of the reduction.