Biden’s War on American Energy

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Biden’s War on American Energy

April 28, 2024 - 10:23
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Earlier this year, the Biden Administration announced they will be halting all pending liquified natural gas (LNG) export permit applications. Diminishing American energy production empowers our enemies, like Russia and Iran, by forcing our allies to rely on them instead of the U.S. for their energy supply.

The United States has some of the cleanest, safest, and most efficient energy-producing technologies in the world, and the increasing dependence on adversarial, dirty energy is a direct result of the failed, America-last policies of the Biden Administration. Since he took office, President Biden has conducted a regulatory assault on American energy, destroying any incentive for domestic production and worsening market stability. We have seen gas prices shoot up, escalating the national average for a gallon of gas to $3.658 – over 12 cents higher than last month.

Since President Biden took office, American-made energy has suffered:

  • The administration canceled court-ordered offshore oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska
  • President Biden is responsible for the largest-ever loan from our Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) – a vital resource in the event of natural disasters and national emergencies – of 180 million barrels of oil over six months
  • He killed the Keystone XL pipeline, which could have supplied 830,000 barrels of oil from Canada to U.S. refineries
  • Nearly 40% of our oil stockpile has been sold under President Biden – more than every U.S. President in history combined

Americans deserve affordable, reliable energy. That is why I continue to fight alongside my fellow House Republicans to put a stop to Biden’s war on American energy and advance legislation that unleashes U.S. energy dominance.

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