14 Dec 2015

Denying Access to Energy Denies Safety, Prosperity, Opportunity

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Denying Access to Energy Denies Safety, Prosperity, Opportunity

The information below was written by Mark Green and published on the EnergyTomorrow.org Blog. It uses Alaska as one example of how restricting access to energy impacts American energy security, because restricting or blocking access to energy ultimately becomes a decision not to develop energy. Picture caption: Alaskan Pipeline.  Alaska: Falling oil revenues have the governor in that […]

2 Dec 2015

America’s Climate and Energy Success Story

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America’s Climate and Energy Success Story

The following blog post was written by Mark Green and published on the EnergyTomorrow.org blog. It discusses the climate summit taking place this week in Paris. Reducing global greenhouse emissions while helping to achieve real-world initiatives like lifting people out of poverty by providing safe, reliable energy will be high-priority topics. This week’s climate summit in Paris […]

25 Nov 2015

News: Idaho Officials OK Implementation of Sage Grouse Plan

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News: Idaho Officials OK Implementation of Sage Grouse Plan

Keith Ridler of the Associated Press released the article below announcing that Idaho’s Land Board voted 5-0 to have the Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) move forward with actions set out in the 82-page Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan despite it’s frustrations and lawsuit against Federal Land Managers. See the original here. BOISE, Idaho (AP) – Idaho […]

6 May 2015

Meet Colorado’s New Executive Director, Tracee Bentley

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Meet Colorado’s New Executive Director, Tracee Bentley

Below is a question and answer interview that introduces the Colorado Petroleum Council and its new executive director, Tracee Bentley. The post was originally seen on EnergyTomorrow.org. It was written/conducted by Energy Tomorrow’s Mark Green. To see the original, click here Q&A: Bentley Working to Safely Harness Colorado Energy The Colorado Petroleum Council and its new […]

1 Apr 2015

America’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry: Climate Doers

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The oil and natural gas industry is a scientific and engineering industry that is leading the way on investments in greenhouse gas emission-reducing technologies. The following article comes from Mark Green at Energy Tomorrow. To see the original post, click here. More unhelpful talk from the administration directed at America’s energy industry – strange, given […]

25 Mar 2015

Americans Have $48 Billion More in Their Pockets Each Year Thanks to the Shale Boom

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Energy production technology is good for American consumers. Last year, residential consumer gas bills dropped $13 billion. The following information was written by Sean Hackbarth and posted on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce blog on March 23rd, 2015. See the original here. The New Republic is no fan of hydraulic fracturing. However, they published a piece by staff writer Danny Vinik […]

14 Feb 2015

IEA: U.S. Shale a Game Changer

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IEA: U.S. Shale a Game Changer

The following article was written by Allison Good and comes from EnergyInDepth.org. The article reviews the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s yearly Market Report that was released earlier this week. The report shows that the U.S. oil industry is having a world wide market impact. The IEA predicts that the U.S. will be the number one […]

30 Oct 2014

The Argus Observer Update: Commission OKs Idaho Gas Rules

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The article below comes from the Argus Observer. It was written by April Ehrlich Independent-Enterprise | Updated 22 hours ago. The Idaho Petroleum Council (IPC) participates in the rulemaking process and will represent the industry as the rules are considered by the 2015 Idaho Legislature. Idaho’s Oil and Gas Commission on Oct. 21 approved the […]

2 Oct 2014

Idaho Discusses Oil and Gas Rules

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Idaho Discusses Oil and Gas Rules

The article below is from ArgusObserver.com. It was written by April Ehrlich of Independent-Enterprise  on October 1, 2014. The original post may be seen here. The Idaho Department of Lands held a public hearing Wednesday, Sept. 24, as a capstone to its public comment period regarding administrative rules for oil and gas development. The department published its drafted rules […]

12 Aug 2014

A Letter to the BLM: Little Willow Creek Lease Scoping

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The Idaho Petroleum Council is pleased to provide comments on behalf of the energy industry in Idaho to the BLM as part of their public scoping for BLM Little Willow Oil and Gas Leasing.  The text of the letter is posted here: To:   BLM Idaho Office From:  Idaho Petroleum Council Subject:  Little Willow Creek […]

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