Republicans criticize four-gallon EPA gas purchase mandate

Michael Bastasch The Daily Caller 9/14/2012

With prices at the pump worrying Americans, Republicans have railed against the Environmental Protection Agency’s new gas mandate that requires consumers to buy at least four gallons when purchasing from stations with hoses containing 10 percent and 15 percent ethanol-blended fuel.

On Monday, Republicans on the House Committee on […]

In an Oil Price Gap, the Scent of Tar Sands

Clifford Kraus The New York Times 1/31/2011

In case you haven’t noticed, oil prices in the United States differ from those in the rest of the world. Usually the variance is just a few dollars, but over the last few weeks the difference between West Texas Intermediate prices and Brent crude, which is sourced in […]

The Full Cost of the Drilling Moratorium

Jazz Shaw 12/4/2010

While the original story of the new drilling moratorium was covered here at Hot Air, the new unemployment numbers which came out this week highlight an even more disturbing aspect of this proposal by the administration. Jack Gerard of the American Petroleum Institute (API) sent out a rather graphic warning to […]

Washington Examiner: A rush for black gold in the Gulf

A rush for black gold in the Gulf Washington Examiner Examiner Editorial August 20, 2009

Major new offshore drilling for oil and natural gas in the Gulf of Mexico will soon be a reality. The big question is whether Americans will be part of it. Brazil, China, India, Norway, Spain and Russia have all signed […]