February 4, 2023 archive

Oil and gas production to break records

    Alex Mills is the former President of the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers. Even though President Joe Biden’s regulatory agencies continue to throw road blocks in the path of American oil and gas producers, the industry continues to respond positively to global and domestic markets and it is on a path to set …

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House approved bill includes more Western Colorado oil drilling

  The GOP-sponsored bill that won U.S. House approval to limit President Biden’s reduction of the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve also includes amendments to increase oil and gas drilling on Colorado’s Thompson Divide. The amendments were added by Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert after the Biden administration proposed a 20-year withdrawal of the Divide from new …

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Will Keystone keep promise to clean up leak in Kansas?

  Nearly two months after the Keystone pipeline leaked 55,000 barrels of oil into a north Kansas creek, cleanup is at nearly 90%. The debate grows in Washington County where the leak happened according to a report by the Kansas News Service. Click here for Kansas News Service

Oklahoma might test highway user fees

  Oklahoma might soon launch a pilot program where taxes paid at the gas pump are replaced with user fees, much like those paid by EV users in some states. It’s called Fair Miles Oklahoma and the program will be presented Monday to state transportation commissioners reported The Oklahoman. Click here for The Oklahoman