President Trump’s policies have begun to unleash our nation’s energy potential.
President Trump signed an Executive Order to expand offshore oil and gas drilling and open more leases to develop offshore drilling.
The Administration acted aggressively to increase exports of energy resources to the global market and allowed financing for coal and fossil energy projects.
President Trump has approved the infrastructure and provided the resources needed to unleash Oil and gas production in the U.S.
The Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines were approved, supporting an estimated total of 42,000 jobs and $2 billion in wages.
The New Burgos Pipeline, a cross-border project that will export U.S. gasoline to Mexico, was approved.
The Trump Administration reversed President Obama’s moratorium on new leases for oil and gas development on Federal lands.
The President rescinded President Obama’s costly Clean Power Plan.
The President proposed the Affordable Clean Energy Rule to reduce greenhouse gasses, empower states, promote energy independence, and facilitate economic growth and job creation.
The Administration has rescinded many costly Obama-Era regulations including the methane emissions rule that would cost American energy developers an estimated $530 million annually.
The President announced his intent to withdrawal the U.S. from the unfair Paris Climate Accord.