The Sierra Club published a tweet emblematic of every false narrative peddled by progressives to block drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Wednesday marked the first day of autumn. It also marked the Interior Department’s promised public deadline to release an interim report on oil and gas.
House Democrats are seeking to exploit the reconciliation process with a $3.5 trillion dollar package in pursuit of high priority progressive programs.
Environmentalists stifle projects to protect the wildlife, but others say development is necessary to forward Alaska’s oil, gas, and mining industries.
The resumption of federal oil and gas leases is a relief to New Mexico, although the industry remains cautiously optimistic.
American jobs? American profit? American infrastructure? No chance, not if it makes the Sierra Club sad. The White House is happy to help other countries though.
The Biden administration begged the Middle East to ramp up oil production Wednesday as American producers sit still on Alaska’s frigid North Slope.
A day after a report came out showing rising gas prices, Hollywood elites urged Biden to slash an oil pipeline that would carry 760,000 barrels per day.
Gas prices are through the roof under the Joe Biden presidency, and analysts say they’re only going to get worse.
The executive director of the Gwich’in Steering Committee cloaked her tribe in righteousness for obstructing oil and gas development in faraway land.
Once again, the United States is pursuing a strategy of negotiation by capitulation, a naive move that will allow oil-driven riches to flow to a terror-centric nation that deserves none.
New Mexico Republicans sent a letter to President Biden warning of the deep consequences the administration’s pause on land leases will have on the state.
Joe Biden plans to cancel all oil and gas leases in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge until a further review of their environmental impacts.
The University of New Mexico Faculty Senate passed a pair of resolutions this week demanding divestment from fossil fuels.
White House sources revealed to Axios that President Joe Biden planned to waive sanctions on a Russian company building the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
New Mexico has already seen an exodus of oil producers leaving the state for Texas. The Biden administration’s energy policies could make the problem worse.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Emily Jashinsky and Christopher Bedford discuss how Biden’s energy policies were paving the way for disaster before the Colonial Pipeline was.hacked.
Residents and oil producers in southeast New Mexico watched the Colonial Pipeline turmoil with a mix of amusement and anxiety.
When asked what words he had for Americans worried about climbing fuel prices, Biden said a better-educated workforce is the answer.
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