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    November 5, 2013

    Examiner Editorial: SAFE has an energy proposal that merits bipartisan support

    From alternative resource projects to the Keystone XL pipeline, energy proposals from both political parties often fail for lack of bipartisan support. Consequently, a party usually needs to control both houses of Congress before such proposals can be enacted. But leaders of Securing America’s Future Energy, a nonpartisan advocacy group, hope to break this stalemate with an approach they believe could receive support from Democrats and Republicans alike.

     

    The SAFE proposal would allow oil and gas extraction on some federal lands, and also help develop alternative energy sources. “As we open up new federal lands for new drilling, we need to divert some of that new revenue to research and development to accelerate the use of some of these alternatives,” said Ken Blackwell, a senior adviser to SAFE and former Ohio Secretary of State.

     

    “We’ve got the potential that no nation in the world has ever experienced — and that is to have more natural resources in terms of our petroleum reserves, our natural gas reserves and our coal reserves,” said retired Gen. James Conway, a member of SAFE’s Energy Security Leadership Council. “And it calls out for a national strategic energy plan.”

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  • Press Release

    October 17, 2013

    Nostrum Energy LLC Wins First Inaugural Emerging Innovation Award

    Washington, D.C. —Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE) is pleased to announce that Nostrum Energy LLC is the winner of the inaugural Emerging Innovation Award (EIA), ...

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  • Press Release

    October 16, 2013

    40 Years after the OPEC Oil Embargo, Today’s National Summit to Discuss Present and Future of U.S. Energy Security

    Washington, D.C. — This October marks the 40th anniversary of the 1973 OPEC oil embargo. The embargo caused a sudden spike in oil prices and resulted in a ...

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    October 16, 2013

    A National Strategy: Can Opponents in the Energy Debate Find Common Ground to Reduce Oil Dependence?

    This panel disscussion from OPEC +40: A National Summit on Energy Security explores the urgency of a bipartisan effort to craft a comprehensive energy security strategy.

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    October 16, 2013

    GM unveils Impala that runs on natural gas, gasoline

    "We know that U.S. energy security won't come from a one-off moonshot," Akerson said. "It will flow from our systematic investment in technology and innovation... our drive to get more from existing energy sources and renewables... our commitment to conservation... and it will be assured by fully and safely exploiting our shale gas reserves."

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    October 16, 2013

    The Transportation Challenge: Who Can Beat Oil?

    In this panel discussion from OPEC +40: A National Summit on Energy Security, leading CEOs and energy experts discuss oil's monopoly in the transportation sector.

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