US Senator John Hoeven (MT): "Lifting the U.S. ban on crude oil exports is a smart move that will benefit not only North Dakota, but also our nation and our allies."
When Obama administration representatives arrive in Paris for upcoming global climate discussions, they should emphasize the successful market-driven approach that helped the US lead the world in reducing greenhouse gas emissions...
What was true for Alaska in the 1990s is equally true today for crude oil produced from our country's prolific shale formations. Removing the United States' outdated ban on crude oil exports will help grow our economy
"I don't think this is a decision based of facts. I think it's a decision based on politics," Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp.
One year before Election Day, 71 percent of voters say they are more likely to support a candidate who supports producing more oil and natural gas...
Using EOR techniques, the United Arab Emirates government plans to expand oil production 30% by 2020.
Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania have agreed to cooperate - rather than compete - in attracting shale-gas development and jobs to their region over the next three years.
Defying a White House veto threat, the Republican-controlled House on Friday approved a bill to lift a 40-year-old U.S. ban on crude oil exports.
Lifting the ban on crude oil export would not only be good for the economy, it could also benefit U.S. foreign policy.
The head of the nation's largest veterans service organization blasted the White House today for its prolonged opposition to the job-creating Keystone XL oil pipeline.