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Five Questions to Ensure a Real Presidential Debate on Energy Policy

Amanda Eversole writes in RealClearEnergy about five energy questions that should be asked in the presidential debate.

The C3 Take
  • Energy is critical to the economy and high prices are top of mind for voters.
  • The Biden administration has netted some wins with geothermal permitting and nuclear power development, but has shuttered future LNG exports.
  • Under the Trump administration the U.S. became an energy exporter and leader in oil and gas production.
  • Whoever wins in November should prioritize permitting reform, investments in energy innovation, and an “all of the above” approach to reduce costs and lower emissions.

“The U.S. is the world leader in oil and natural gas production, and American liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been vital for Europe, especially after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. However, the recent pause on LNG permits raises doubts about U.S. reliability. As API’s Policy Roadmap states, lifting this pause would reaffirm America’s commitment to its allies and enhance its geopolitical and economic strength.”

Read the full article here.

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