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News and conversation from Energy Tomorrow. Brought to you by the people of America's oil and natural gas industry.

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NEW on the API Blog: CCUS and other technologies are helping lead efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: | #LeadersClimateSummit 

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Participants in The Environmental Partnership, an industry coalition focused on continuously improving environmental performance, have committed to sharing technologies and best practices to reduce flaring. #EarthDay 

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As global population continues to grow, the world needs energy solutions that advance human and economic development while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and achieving environmental progress. Our industry is at the center of solving this challenge.

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The natural gas and oil industry is committed to delivering solutions that reduce the risks of climate change while meeting society’s growing energy needs. We support global action that drives greenhouse gas emissions reductions and economic development.

Offshore oil and natural gas development has supplied virtually all of the billions of dollars spent since 1965 on parks, conservation and recreation from the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). #EarthDay 

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Our EVP & COO Amanda Eversole: "A combination of sensible public policies and industry-led initiatives will allow businesses and investors to appropriately manage environmental risks and opportunities." Via @FortuneMagazine .

API President & CEO @ironmikesommer @BloombergRadios on : API's Climate Action Framework "talks about how the industry is committed to reducing emissions" via investments in technology and actions including endorsing a price on carbon.

Broadening the use of carbon capture, utilization and storage is key to a lower-emissions future, one that will continue to be powered in large part by natural gas and oil.

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Restricting natural gas and oil leasing and development on federal lands and waters could threaten U.S. energy security, economic growth and good-paying American jobs.

John Hess, CEO of @HessCorporation : "The push to cleaner energy is going to require oil and gas to be successful." #CERAWeek 

"Medical supplies including face masks, diagnostic equipment, disposable gowns, shoe booties and hoods, housing for test kits, goggles, surgical gloves, surgical instruments, and more are widely available thanks to oil and gas." @dcexaminer 

Energy produced on federal lands and waters plays a critical role in America’s energy revolution. Learn why restricting access would hinder environmental progress.

Under a natural gas and oil leasing and development ban, U.S. GDP would decline by a cumulative $700 billion through 2030. Learn how homegrown energy bolsters the U.S. economy.

Restricting natural gas and oil development on federal lands and waters risks hundreds of thousands of jobs and billions in government revenue for education and conservation programs.

NEW: API President & CEO @ironmikesommers  writ @washingtonposts  in : “Energy from U.S. natural gas and oil is fundamental to economic recovery and addressing climate change goals.”

"Sadly, the Biden Administration has now put thousands of union workers out of work." - United Association of Union Plumbers and Pipefitters. @UAPipeTrades  @FOX17 

"A federal leasing ban would cost some 18,000 jobs in Colorado, 33,000 in Wyoming and 62,000 in New Mexico by 2022." @WSJ 

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