What America is Thinking on Energy Issues - Poll: Large majorities of New York voters support investments in oil and natural gas

Strong bipartisan majorities of registered New York voters support increased development of U.S. energy infrastructure and will back candidates who support producing more U.S. oil and natural gas, according to a new poll released by API.



Strong Support for Domestic Energy Production

A recent Neilson poll found three connected points among registered U.S. voters on domestic oil and natural gas development that should resonate in Washington. Across party lines, age and gender, strong majorities of registered voters support more domestic drilling and production.



What is Frac Sand?

This special sand is one of the keys to producing oil and natural gas from tight shale formations.



Support for Keystone XL pipeline is almost universal

Even Democrats who prefer to develop alternate energy sources before expanding the use of fossil fuels say they want the Keystone XL pipeline built.



Another Voice: New York should regulate, not prohibit, development

In 1973 New York and the entire country suffered through an OPEC oil embargo. Gasoline became scarce, oil and natural gas prices shot up and everyone became aware of what it meant to be dependent on Middle East oil.



Study: New oil and gas production generates big savings for schools, states

This study conducted by HIS Global Inc. shows school districts have saved over $1 billion dollars on energy last year due to hydraulic fracturing in the United States. Further, the study shows state and local taxpayers saved another $720 million on other government spending for the same period."



New Technology For Cleaning Frac Water Gets Positive Marks in Water Quality Test

"Our patented technologies greatly improve the methodology of removing contaminants from oil field wastewater, and compared with current methods, it is more cost effective, and can be done onsite," said Jeff Soward, President of ARANA Water Technologies.



Study: Crude exports yield big economic benefits for New York

A new state-by-state analysis shows that New York could add up to 15,350 jobs and $1.95 billion to the state economy in 2020 if federal restrictions on U.S. crude exports were lifted, said Executive Director of the New York State Petroleum Council (NYSPC) Karen Moreau.



Marcellus Shale Education Needed Now More Than Ever

The debate over Marcellus Shale development has taken far too long already but one thing is clear - Marcellus Shale education is needed now more than ever.



White House: We back fracking, U.S. energy boom

Republican critics and some in the energy industry have often cast President Obama as hostile to fossil fuels, but the White House on Monday issued a strong endorsement of the domestic oil and gas boom and the controversial drilling technique that has made it possible.