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07.16.15

Energizing South Carolina

Energy is critically important to South Carolina, serving as a key engine for the state economy - expanding job opportunities and offering the hope of prosperity to individual South Carolinians and their families.

 

07.13.15

OPEC sees more balanced oil market in 2016

The oil market should be more balanced next year as China and the developing world use more oil while supply of fuel from North American shale grows more slowly, OPEC said on Monday.

 

07.10.15

Op-ed | A propsperous future for South Carolina lies offshore

The energy industry is powering an economic renaissance in South Carolina. Currently, more than 67,000 state jobs are tied to the oil and natural gas sector, which contributes nearly $5 billion a year to the Palmetto State's economy.

 

07.08.15

EIA: Net petroleum product exports continue to increase

This article refers to "refined" oil products which America can export. We also need the ability to export crude oil from America too, and that is currently banned by federal gov't.

 

07.07.15

The Myths About Fracking Are Many And Damaging

Much of the reporting on fracking is a confused mess, which must leave many people wondering exactly what's going on.

 

07.05.15

Fracking, with care, brings big benefits: Our view

Boom has helped make America the world's No. 1 producer of oil and gas.

 

07.02.15

Shell takes final investment decision for deepwater development in Gulf of Mexico

Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell) announces the final investment decision (FID) to advance the Appomattox deep-water development in the Gulf of Mexico.

 

06.29.15

Supreme Court: EPA Must Consider Cost Before Deciding on Regulation

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by forcing it to consider costs before deciding whether regulation of air pollutants is appropriate and necessary.

 

06.05.15

EPA: No widespread harm to drinking water from fracking

Hydraulic fracturing to drill for oil and natural gas has not caused widespread harm to drinking water in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday

 

06.05.15

OPEC countries agree to keep output target on hold as cartel struggles with world supply glut

OPEC powerhouse Saudi Arabia is fighting to keep market share against U.S. shale oil, Iran plans to increase production in anticipation of an end to sanctions that have crimped its crude exports...