National Review Editor Rich Lowry yesterday highlighted the “epoch of red tape and hostility to development” that is preventing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. After 1,629 days, the landmark jobs and energy project continues to languish in an endless stream of regulatory reviews. Lowry explains that Keystone could face further delays resulting from increased litigation to protect the American burying beetle.
Keystone XL Opposition Turns to Beetle in the Effort to Block the $7 Billion Project, Its Thousands of Jobs, and Energy SecurityMarch 6, 2013 | ICYMI
On Tuesday, the House Energy and Commerce Committee, along with the Senate Finance and Health, Education, Labor & Pensions committees, released a joint report, “The Price of Obamacare’s Broken Promises.” The report, which is based on a compilation of over 30 studies and analyses, outlines estimated premium increases for all 50 states that will result
America is entering a new age of energy abundance, and that makes it an exciting time to be a part of the national energy conversation. Not long ago, it was treated as common knowledge that America was running out of energy supplies and that we were going to become increasingly dependent on OPEC for oil. Today we are hearing a much different story, and the future is bright.
After Newtown, O&I Subcommittee Engages in National Conversation on Violence and Severe Mental IllnessMarch 5, 2013 | Press Release
WASHINGTON, DC – The Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, chaired by Rep.
WASHINGTON, DC – The Subcommittee on Energy and Power, chaired by Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY), today continued its American Energy Security and Innovation hearing series with a focus on the important role fuel diversity plays in ensuring affordable and reliable electricity for American consumers.
WASHINGTON, DC – The House Energy and Commerce Committee today released a policy paper entitled “A History Worth Repeating: The Alaska Pipeline and Its Lessons for Keystone XL,” comparing the challenges of building the Keystone XL pipeline to the debate over the Trans-Alaska pipeline four decades ago.