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.
2017-07-18 Segolene Royal, President, COP21: Hope Trump's Paris climate withdrawal is not irreversible
2017-07-12 Joe Zock, Tocqueville Asset Management, and Michael Block, Rhino Trading Partners: Oil inventories at surplus levels
2017-07-09 Dan Yergin, IHS Markit: Hard to re-balance supply oil markets
2017-07-09 Neil Beveridge, Senior Oil and Gas Analyst, Bernstein: OPEC Needs to cut production even more
2017-07-05 Richard Gorry, JBC Energy Asia: Oil market acting 'very rational' amid Gulf states fallout
2017-07-03 Paul Simons, Deputy Executive Director, IEA: Oil will reach greater market equilibrium in second half