The United States and Canada share a small but critical electricity relationship, which offers numerous benefits to consumers in both countries. This integrated power grid allows the U.S. and Canada to pool energy resources, which leads to enhanced reliability and greater access to clean and affordable electricity supplies for consumers and businesses on both sides of the border. H.R.
Thanks to private sector advancements in innovation and technology, North America’s energy renaissance is well underway and has yielded enormous economic and security benefits. However, antiquated regulatory policies and red tape are blocking the construction of an integrated infrastructure system that is needed to transport the continent’s growing energy supplies.
A new report from the non-partisan Congressional Research Service chronicles the continued decline of oil and natural gas production on federal lands under the Obama administration, providing greater
Next week, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments relating to the Environmental Protection Agency’s greenhouse gas (GHG) regulations, and specifically whether EPA’s regulation of GHG emissions from new cars triggered GHG permitting requirements for stationary sources. At the time the Supreme Court issued its Massachusetts v.
This week the House of Representatives will consider H.R. 1900, the Natural Gas Pipeline Permitting Reform Act. Authored by Energy and Commerce Committee member Rep.