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

Federal red tape demands oil and natural gas companies jump through more and more hoops.

The federal regulatory process for onshore oil and natural gas development on public lands is a veritable labyrinth of red tape.

Peeling back the red tape on oil and natural gas development.

How government red tape hinders America's true energy potential.

Voters agree: Developing South Carolina's offshore energy is good for the state.

Oil and natural gas development in the Atlantic could create 35,000 jobs in South Carolina and raise over $3.7 billion for the state budget by 2035 with revenue sharing in place.

South Carolina officials agree, developing The state's offshore energy will boost the economy, benefit U.S. Energy security.

Developing Offshore resources off South Carolina's coast = more jobs, a boost to the local economy.

Florida officials agree, developing The state's offshore energy will boost the economy, benefit U.S. Energy security.

Developing Offshore resources off Florida's coast = more jobs, a boost to the local economy.

Voters agree: Developing Florida's offshore energy is good for the state.

Oil and natural gas development in the Atlantic and Eastern Gulf of Mexico could create almost 100,000 jobs in Florida and raise $20 billion for the state budget by 2035 with revenue sharing in place.

Increased U.S. crude oil production has been the primary factor in declining crude imports.

As U.S. Imports have fallen, domestic crude oil production has increased by more than 3.6 million bbl/d.

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, net imports of crude fell by more than 2.7 million barrels per day (bbl/d) from 2008 to 2014.

North Carolina officials agree, developing The state's offshore energy will boost the economy, benefit U.S. Energy security.

Developing Offshore resources off North Carolina's coast = more jobs, a boost to the local economy.

Voters agree: Developing North Carolina's offshore energy is good for the state.

Oil and natural gas development in the Atlantic could create 55,000 jobs in North Carolina and raise nearly $4 billion for the state budget by 2035 with revenue sharing in place.

"This is America’s energy moment. But the moment will pass unless our elected leaders allow more exploration and production of our abundant oil and natural gas resources both on and offshore.”

There’s no good reason for EPA to make ozone standards more stringent – especially when the existing, effective regulation still is being implemented.

Pipeline operators share a commitment to building and operating safe pipelines.

Pipeline operators share a commitment to building and operating safe pipelines.

Pipeline operators share a commitment to building and operating safe pipelines.

Pipeline operators share a commitment to building and operating safe pipelines.