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Ozone Standard

The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Power held a hearing on June 12th regarding the EPA’s pending proposal to revise the ozone standard.  Janet McCabe, EPA Acting Assistant Administrator, Air and Radiation, testified.  On Tuesday, June 16th, the Energy and Commerce Subcommittees...
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Methane Regulations

On Thursday, June 11, seven Republican Senators led by Environment and Public Works Committee Chairman James Inhofe (R-OK) and Energy Committee Chairman Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) sent a letter to President Obama asking him to scrap plans to regulate emissions from oil and gas operations while...
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PESA Perspective

In the short year since I’ve joined PESA, we’ve seen some exciting developments. An entirely new brand contributes to the modern look of our association, and enhanced member resources like our redesigned website and developed social channels will expand our presence in the industry. We...
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LNG Exports

On June 2nd, Energy Secretary Moniz said a DOE economic study was coming “quite soon” on how LNG exports in the range of 12 billion to 20 billion cubic feet per day would impact the U.S. gas market.  The Secretary also noted that the U.S....
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Sanctions

President Obama indicated on June 8th that he had convinced European leaders to maintain economic sanctions on Russia, even as U.S. officials concede the measures have done little to curb aggression by separatists in Eastern Ukraine.   A number of senior European officials and diplomats indicated...
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Business Forums

Working with Strategic Public Affairs, PESA co-sponsors business forums with elected officials that address today’s most significant and critical issues related to the oil and gas industry. This spring, the forums focused on energy legislation and how it should represent the industry’s ability to compete...
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