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White House to ban US imports of Russian oil

White House to ban US imports of Russian oil

Katherine Doyle, Washington Examiner | March 8th, 2022The White House will announce a U.S. ban on Russian oil imports in response to Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.

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Biden’s U.S. Oil Embargo

Biden’s U.S. Oil Embargo

Wall Street Journal | March 8th, 2022President Biden made the right decision Tuesday in banning Russian oil and natural gas imports. Yet at the same time he declared full-steam ahead on his green energy “transition” that includes an assault on U.S. fossil fuels. The contradiction is maddening.

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Biden’s Bizarre Oil Diplomacy

Biden’s Bizarre Oil Diplomacy

Wall Street Journal | March 7th, 2022President Biden is scrambling to contain soaring oil prices, which closed at more than $123 a barrel on Monday. It speaks volumes about this Administration that it’s seeking help from Vladimir Putin’s client in Venezuela and our estranged Saudi allies rather than U.S. shale producers or our Canadian friends.

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As Russia invades Ukraine, U.S. LNG stands for ‘energy security’

As Russia invades Ukraine, U.S. LNG stands for ‘energy security’

Mike Sommers, Fortune | March 3rd, 2022While it’s unclear what lies ahead as Russia invades Ukraine, we know one thing for sure: American energy is a positive force in difficult times, helping to provide stability and security for allies abroad. We continue to see this time and again as events unfold in Europe.

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The market is saying the world needs more natural gas

The market is saying the world needs more natural gas

Mella McEwen, Midland Reporter-Telegram | March 3rd, 2022Energy markets, already rattled by the pandemic, rebounding oil and gas demand and tightening oil and gas supplies, have been thrown into further turmoil by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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API: 90pct Of Voters Want Domestic Energy Sources Over Imports

API: 90pct Of Voters Want Domestic Energy Sources Over Imports

Bojan Lepic, Rigzone | March 2nd, 2022Ahead of President Biden’s State of the Union Address, API released a new poll that found 90 percent of voters support the U.S. developing its domestic energy resources rather than relying on foreign energy sources. 

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