We are responsibly producing to meet current demand and future projections

By: Anne Bradbury, AXPC CEO for RealClearEnergy Oil and natural gas are global commodities – their price is a result of supply and demand. Geopolitical disruptions like Russia’s brazen invasion of Ukraine cause unpredictability and extreme volatility in global energy markets. International conflict and inflation at home are serious issues, and our industry is working […]

American Energy Supports Geopolitical Stability

Over the past decade, the United States has become an energy superpower, more than doubling crude oil production to nearly 11.5 million barrels a day, and in 2018, surpassing Russia in production to become the largest producer in the world. This means the United States has dramatically reduced its reliance on foreign oil, and today, […]

Congress’ Latest “Windfall Profits Tax” is Another New Tax on Americans

The latest inflation numbers from the US Department of Labor show that inflation has jumped by 7.9 percent over the past year, with energy inflation at a staggering 25.6 percent, including 38 percent for gasoline alone. These troubling numbers illustrate the degree to which Americans are suffering by the hidden tax that is inflation. Unfortunately, […]

AXPC Policy Recommendations to Support Energy Security for Americans and our Allies

The US has an abundant supply of oil and natural gas to meet our economic, climate, and geopolitical goals. US oil and natural gas is produced under some of the most stringent safety and environmental regulations in the world. And oil and natural gas underpin every aspect of modern life, holding the flexibility to be […]

US Energy Exports Can Deliver America Environmental Progress and Global Energy Security

When President Biden was sworn into office a year ago, he pledged that the US would reengage with allies and trading partners in Europe and lead the global battle against climate change. The US now finds itself at a critical inflection point, where domestic politics threaten the progress that has been made internationally.  The collision […]

USLNG Exports Support Affordable Energy, American Jobs, and Climate Leadership

With the arrival of winter, and home heating costs continuing to increase, there has been much discussion in Americans’ homes about the rising costs of energy – and discussions in Washington about ways to alleviate those rising costs, including restricting exports of domestic resources.  But, restricting exports of US liquefied natural gas (USLNG) is not […]

Pulling Crude from SPR Will Not Alleviate Rising Energy Costs

The signs of inflation are everywhere – from the grocery store to the gas pump.  And, as we head into winter, rising costs are hitting Americans’ home heating bills, too.  Everywhere people go, they are having to spend more money, and people are looking to their elected officials to help ease the “pain at the […]

The Administration Can Support Low Energy Prices

Everyone wants reliable energy – it powers everyday lives, our supply and manufacturing chains, our travel, and our entertainment. Unreliable energy would completely disrupt our daily lives and longer-term planning.  But, Americans also need their energy to be affordable.  All our travel, monthly bills, and purchases become more expensive when the price of energy goes […]

A “Methane Fee” Puts America’s Progress in Jeopardy

By: Anne Bradbury, AXPC CEO In the next few weeks, Congressional Democrats will try to push a massive $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation bill that includes numerous tax increases on the American people and puts our environmental progress in jeopardy. The bill is likely to include a ‘methane fee,’ that is targeted at America’s oil and […]

SEC’s Mission is to Regulate the Securities Markets

During the Obama administration, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published guidance clarifying how publicly traded companies should apply existing SEC disclosure rules to the risk climate change development may pose to their business.  Now, Biden Administration SEC has said that climate-related disclosures are a top priority; thus, the agency solicited comments on how public […]