April 16, 2021 | Blog

GAIN Spokesman Craig Stevens Highlights Need for U.S. Energy Independence amid Suez Canal blockage

Inside Sources published an opinion editorial from former senior advisor to U.S. Energy Secretary Sam Bodman and GAIN spokesman Craig Stevens in which he urges U.S. leadership to consider strengthening U.S. energy production and infrastructure investment. The piece notes a large container ship was recently stranded in Egypt’s Suez Canal for six days – blocking […]

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April 14, 2021 | Blog

Permian Oil Output Nears Levels Not Seen Since Pandemic Start

Bloomberg reported the Permian Basin will soon produce crude oil at levels not seen since the start of the pandemic, a promising signal that the U.S. and global economy is ramping back up. Texas, in large part due to the Permian, is the largest oil-producing state in the nation, playing a key role in keeping […]

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April 13, 2021 | Blog

Discovery+ Docuseries Six Degrees Highlights Critical Role of Oil and Gas

Former Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe is backing a new documentary airing on Discovery+, Six Degrees. In Six Degrees, Rowe delves into how many seemingly unrelated topics and inventions are actually intertwined and connected. The docuseries specifically highlights the interconnected role oil and gas plays in everyday life– something Gizmodo reporter Dharna Noor took issue […]

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April 12, 2021 | Blog

Retired Major General James “Spider” Marks highlights need for U.S. energy independence

Stars and Stripes recently published an op-ed from Major General James A. “Spider” Marks (US Army, retired) in which he calls for the need to strengthen our domestic energy capabilities to strengthen American national security and energy security interests, pointing to the recent six-day blockage of the Suez Canal. The blockage caused severe delays for […]

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April 9, 2021 | Press Releases

GAIN Welcomes Corps’ Decision Allowing DAPL Operations to Continue

The U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., today held a status conference with attorneys representing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Dakota Access pipeline, and Native American tribes in which the Corps announced it will allow the Dakota Access pipeline to continue operating while it conducts additional review and consultation of the project. The […]

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