When the Trump administration assumes office, the United States will have a historic opportunity to take control of its energy future. The nation has the natural resources, technology and ingenuity to confirm America’s legacy as a global energy superpower. But we need the right energy policy to encourage full development of our domestic resource base.
U.S. energy policy must be built on the recognition that the nation is blessed with abundant natural resources – oil, gas, coal and renewables. We’ve built the greatest economy on Earth, largely by letting free markets work and enabling the development of these resources to help ensure that our citizens and businesses have access to affordable, reliable energy.
2017-04-25 Deepa Venkateswaran, Bernstien: UK government energy price cap 'sheer politics'
2017-04-23 Gary Cohn, National Economic Council Director, Institute of International Finance: Cheap Energy is a competitive advantage
2017-04-23 David Seaburg, Cowen & Co. and Larry McDonald, ACG Analytics: Five-month low for energy
2017-04-15 Jeroen van der Veer, former CEO, Royal Dutch Shell: Underinvestment Keeps Oil Prices High
2017-04-15 Charif Souki, CEO, Tellurian :Oil, Gas Make 'Two-Commodity World'
2017-04-14 Stephen Davies, CEO, Javelin Wealth Management: Oil Price recovery to be capped