The oil boom’s foreign policy dividend

The domestic benefits of the U.S. oil production boom are well documented — everything from the creation of high-paying jobs to sending less money to foreign oil producers.



Gas drillers cancel lease with NE Pa. landowners

Two energy companies are pulling out of northeastern Pennsylvania, where a three-year moratorium on gas drilling has infuriated landowners who say it's now cost them a windfall of more than $187 million.



Analysis: Fracking water's dirty little secret - recycling

The oil and gas industry is finding that less is more in the push to recycle water used in hydraulic fracturing. Slightly dirty water, it seems, does just as good a job as crystal clear when it comes to making an oil or gas well work.



Vets4Energy emphasizes connection between energy, national security

Vets4Energy emphasized the connection durings its recent visit to the nation's capital.



Third level of shale coming into play

A third layer of shale is drawing more and more attention from Western Pennsylvania's gas drillers.



Wyden: Natural gas proposal coming ‘soon’

Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) said lawmakers on the panel will soon unveil proposals on natural gas policy, a topic that has been a top committee focus this year.



Fracking has considerable energy potential for U.S.

President Barack Obama was right when he conceded recently that the boom in U.S. natural gas production is both good for the environment and good for the economy.



Shale Gas Boom Keeps Utility Bills Lower for PA Consumers

The Scranton Times-Tribune reports Pennsylvania’s boom in natural gas drilling has helped keep prices low for consumers.



Vets4Energy to Meet with Senators to Discuss Energy Policies

Paul Connors, a US Air Force veteran, and volunteer wwith Vets4Energy, is scheduled to meet with Missouri Senators Claire McCaskill and Roy Blunt in Washington, DC to urge swift action on energy policies that would enhance national security.



Oil to flow through Keystone XL’s southern leg this year

The northern leg of TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline may be mired in controversy, but the southern portion of the project is almost complete, company officials said Friday.

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