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  • Severance Tax Could Result in New Burden for Pennsylvania

    February 23, 2017 EnergyNation Team

    How does the natural gas industry support working families and give back to Pennsylvania communities? For the third year in a row, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is proposing a special tax on shale gas production. This severance tax would impose a huge new burden on energy development in Pennsylvania, threatening the jobs of energy workers.... View Article

  • How Does Energy Benefit You and Your Community?

    January 11, 2017 EnergyNation Team

    To win positive energy policies that support industry jobs and growth, we need to explain how energy benefits us personally. How is American energy helping your family, community, and state? Share why you’re standing up for American energy on behalf of your community.

  • Why Are You Thankful?

    November 16, 2016 EnergyNation Team

    The holiday season is here! It’s a time when families travel to be together, cook and share bountiful meals, and maybe even watch some football on the TV. As oil and natural gas industry members, we recognize that none of these special activities that occur during the holidays would be possible without energy. Comment below... View Article

  • America’s Vital Energy Infrastructure

    November 14, 2016 EnergyNation Team

    Industry members know it best, a robust energy infrastructure system is absolutely critical to moving the oil and natural gas that Americans need to power nearly every aspect of their daily lives. But without a means to transport the energy we all depend on, our industry will be left unable to produce. That is the... View Article

  • Renewable Fuel Standard

    June 24, 2016 EnergyNation Team

    While some argue that pushing more higher-ethanol fuels, such as E15 and E85, is the solution – others claim that this isn’t what the consumers want. In addition, it has been proven that higher-ethanol fuels can cause damage to your engines and raise food costs. As a member of the industry, how do you think... View Article

  • New England’s Energy Infrastructure

    May 24, 2016 EnergyNation Team

    With high electricity and heating costs, small businesses and families could have no other choice but to pack up and leave New England in search of more affordable places to do business and live. But if the region had more energy infrastructure, people could have access to additional energy resources, which could mean lower energy... View Article

  • Offshore Energy

    March 7, 2016 EnergyNation Team

    Why do you think the U.S. should expand offshore oil and gas production? Where would you like to see offshore leases offered and drilling taking place?

  • Energy Industry Downturn Impacts Other Economic Sectors

    February 11, 2016 EnergyNation Team

    A recent article published by USA Today reveals what industry members across the country already know to be true—a downturn in the oil and natural gas industry impacts many, if not all, other economic sectors. As an industry member, what do you think about this recent revelation and what policies does our country need to... View Article

  • Motor Oil Matters… and Then Some

    December 7, 2015 EnergyNation Team

    API has launched a public service campaign—called Motor Oil Matters or MOM—to educate consumers about the importance of using API- certified motor oil to protect your car’s engine. What are the best examples of our industry watching out for or helping consumers?

  • Lifting the Ban on American Exports

    December 6, 2015 EnergyNation Team

    The House of Representatives has voted twice to lift the ban on crude oil exports. Now legislation will move to the Senate for a vote and we need to let them know why crude exports are so important for our industry. What do you want your members of Congress to know about crude oil exports?

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