As we continue to make our way through this winter season, it's worth remembering the steps Ohio has taken toward energy security - and the work that lies ahead.
President Trump has issued eight executive orders impacting energy (either directly or indirectly through regulatory directives) and four presidential memoranda on energy (all focused on pipelines and permitting).
That extra 6.9 billion cubic feet of gas production expected in 2018 is like the U.S. adding the entire output of Turkmenistan -- one of the world's largest gas exporters -- in the space of just one year.
Offshore development plays a critical role in U.S. energy security, supplying more than 1 million barrels of oil per day for the last 20 years.
U.S. natural gas power plants continue to increase in efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but the high flexibility of these plants will also be increasingly critical in the years ahead.
Hundreds of thousands of miles of oil and natural gas pipelines crisscross the United States, safely delivering the energy that fuels transportation, powers manufacturing and keeps the lights on at homes and businesses.
By Congressman Morgan Griffith (VA): The 2017 hurricane season has been the most active and destructive to the United States in a number of years. The challenge of rebuilding is daunting. As part of the rebuilding process, we should learn how to better prepare for similar events in the future.
Have you heard? Transporting oil through pipelines is a threat to humanity! The many accidents highlighted in the press speak for themselves. Except that pipeline accidents are rare - and many accounts contain exaggerations.
... as we look for ways to build up economies of our rural communities, investments in our nation's energy delivery system can provide an economic shot in the arm to areas that have been left behind.
In order for Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale gas to be an asset, pipelines have to be built to get the gas to market, people in the industry say.