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The participants in this panel discussion were Frank Verrastro, Senior Vice President & Chair for Energy and Geopolitics at CSIS, Christi Tezak, Managing Director for ClearView Energy Partners LLC, Adam Sieminski, Administrator for the U.S. Energy Information Administration, and Todd Stern, former U.S. Special Envoy for Climate Change.
The House Natural Resources Committee heard testimony on the Federal Lands Freedom Act which would make it much easier for federally held lands to be transferred to state control and would remove much of the regulations placed on land management.
The North Slope Borough Oil & Gas Forum provided the borough, the oil industry, and government regulators with an opportunity to have informed and facilitated conversations about how to achieve mutual priorities while far north petroleum projects are developed.
The borough hosted the forum in Anchorage on July 20-22 and invited a wide range of individuals to both speak at the event and participate in the breakout sessions. The format was for the speakers to present information about forum topics and then have breakout sessions to explore them in more detail.
May 19, 2016 – Senate Dirksen Building, Washington, D.C. In her opening statement, Sen. Murkowski (R-AK) said that over the past seven years, the Department has slowly but steadily abrogated … Read More
May 18, 2016 – Resources for the Future, Washington, DC Experts at this seminar explored key issues facing local governments given oil and gas development has increased substantially in the … Read More
March 2, 2016 – Senate Dirksen Building, Washington, D.C. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on the economic and geopolitical implications of low oil and gas prices. Two … Read More
The FY2017 DOE budget request is for $32.5 billion in discretionary spending, which is $747 million more from the enacted 2016 budget. Unlike previous budgets, the FY2017 budget contains three major components. — Please subscribe or sign in to … Read More