AXPC Statement on Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis Address to Congress

WASHINGTON – May 17, 2022 – Today, American Exploration and Production Council CEO Anne Bradbury released the following statement in regard to the Prime Minister of Greece, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, address to the United States Congress: Today, Congress and the Administration heard firsthand from Prime Minister Mitsotakis about the important role that US natural gas plays […]

Administration’s Rewrite of NEPA Regulations Hurts America’s Climate Leadership

WASHINGTON –  Following the Council on Environmental Quality’s (CEQ’s) revised National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Phase 1 Regulations, AXPC CEO Anne Bradbury explained that additional infrastructure is necessary to America’s continued climate leadership and AXPC companies’ ability to deliver affordable and reliable oil and natural gas to the world: “To meet growing demand for energy, […]

AXPC Letter to House Energy and Commerce Outlines Policies That Can Help Stabilize the Market, Support Lower Energy Prices for Americans

The American Exploration and Production Council (AXPC) sent a letter to the US House Committee on Energy and Commerce’s today in regard to the subcommittee hearing examining energy pricing in the oil market. In the letter, AXPC explained the causes of price increases and outlined policy recommendations for Congress and the administration to help put […]

AXPC Statement on Biden Administration’s Agreement with EU to Expand US LNG Exports

WASHINGTON – AXPC CEO Anne Bradbury released the following statement about the announcement by President Biden and European Commission President von der Leyen establishing a joint task force to ensure stable demand for additional US LNG in Europe and to help reduce Europe’s dependency on Russian natural gas: “Expanding US LNG exports to our allies […]

AXPC Statement on SEC Climate-Related Disclosures

WASHINGTON – March 23, 2022 – Today, American Exploration and Production Council CEO Anne Bradbury released the following statement about the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) vote to propose new climate disclosure rules that, if finalized, would overhaul how public companies disclose climate-related risks: AXPC appreciates the importance of the SEC’s mission to protect investors, […]

AXPC: FERC Policy Update will Make Energy More Expensive

WASHINGTON – Today, the American Exploration and Production Council released the following statement about FERC’s decision to overhaul the certification process for new natural gas pipelines requiring a climate evaluation that calculates emissions from the production of natural gas, through the pipelines, and to the downstream use of the fuel. “The partisan decision by FERC […]

AXPC Comments on EPA’s Initial Methane Notice

WASHINGTON – The American Exploration and Production Council (AXPC) submitted comments today to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the Agency’s Initial Methane Notice, which was published in the Federal Register on November 15, 2021. AXPC’s comments underscore the importance of regulating methane emissions from our sector in a way that encourages innovation and […]

AXPC Statement on DOI Oil & Gas Program Interim Report

WASHINGTON  – Today, American Exploration and Production Council (AXPC) CEO Anne Bradbury released the following statement about the release of the US Department of Interior interim report for the review of the federal oil and gas program called for in the Biden Administration’s Executive Order 14008: “This Thanksgiving, we are grateful to live in a […]

AXPC Statement on Build Back Better House Passage

WASHINGTON  – Responding to House passage of the Build Back Better reconciliation package that includes punitive policies like a methane fee and numerous federal leasing policies, American Exploration and Production Council CEO, Anne Bradbury, underscored the negative consequences of these policies: “This partisan reconciliation bill, if enacted, will increase energy prices for every American family. […]

AXPC Submits Letter for the Record for Senate ENR Hearing on Energy Price Trends

WASHINGTON  – The American Exploration and Production Council submitted a letter for the record for the US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Hearing today examining the causes, outlook, and implications of domestic and international energy price trends. “Congress can help alleviate Americans’ rising energy prices by championing policies that support domestic production and by opposing […]