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Energy Tomorrow

Energy Tomorrow

The People of America's Oil and Natural Gas Industry - Supplying Today and Tomorrow's Energy

American energy exports offer a wealth of opportunity.

America "should rescind the ban on crude-oil exports."

Better offshore access is a must to achieve energy security in America. #ChooseEnergy.

Oil and natural gas is America’s energy today and tomorrow. #ChooseEnergy this November.

Problems with a planned economy – E15 Edition.

New poll shows strong, broad support for offshore drilling. 68 percent support offshore drilling for oil and natural gas.

Americans agree - more energy production would strengthen our national security.

Poll: Americans overwhelmingly support more oil and natural gas development.

Sure, it’s a cartoon. But it helps illustrate a real dilemma with E85 – its significant fuel economy disadvantage compared to the E10 fuel that’s the staple of the U.S. fuel supply.

Our pipeline network remains a vital link to America’s energy system, connecting our abundant domestic oil and energy gas resources in some of the most remote locations to consumers here in the U.S. and around the world.

Developing domestic offshore oil resources = huge opportunities for U.S.

Developing domestic offshore oil resources = huge opportunities for U.S.

A look at drilling activity in the Bakken area of western North Dakota (172 active rigs), which is responsible for pushing the state’s oil production above one million barrels per day in recent months.

Active shale rigs in Texas - July 2014.

America's new "Big 3" (Bakken, Eagle Ford, Permian) Produces More Oil Than Canada, Would be No. 5 in World.

EIA estimates that the combined crude oil output in those three elite US oil fields (Bakken, Eagle Ford, Permian) has exceeded 4 million barrels per day (bpd) in June, July and August 2014.

A look at the 'Big Three' U.S. Shale plays: Bakken, Eagle Ford and Permian.

“I’m going to be flying home on an airplane. Planes burn fossil fuels. So I don’t think we can afford to be hypocritical” U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell

Energy from oil and natural gas is the energy of modern travel and modern living #ChooseEnergy

FACT: Improving energy efficiency is one of the most cost-efficient ways to achieve energy security in the U.S. #ChooseEnergy

The proof is in the polls, Americans are on board with more jobs and a safer and stronger U.S. #ChooseEnergy

U.S. energy is creates more jobs and continues to strengthen our economy each year. The choice is clear. #ChooseEnergy

Job growth in the oil #natgas industry was one of America’s bright spot during the recession. #ChooseEnergy