Last week witnessed the first tangible step in the march towards advanced nuclear.
Today, President Trump announced that his Administration granted the cross border permit needed for the Keystone XL pipeline.
27 states, including perennial high-cost states such as California, New York, experienced declines in their 2016 average retail electricity.
Meeting the commitments in the Paris climate agreement could cost the U.S. economy $3 trillion and the industrial sector 6.5 million jobs.
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The Energy Information Administration expect U.S. shale oil production to reach 5 million barrels a day.
ExxonMobil will invest $20 billion to build or expand 11 different manufacturing facilities, creating 45,000 jobs.
Keeping barriers to the flow of investment and energy low is good for U.S. businesses, workers, and consumers.
Let's take a moment to look at what the president has done and what he should do in the months ahead to help our economy grow faster.
For years, overregulation has kept America from reaching our full energy potential. That’s finally changing.
The U.S. Chamber’s #LetsGrow Tour stopped in Baton Rouge
The drama over the energy infrastructure project could soon come to an end
Congress is rolling back some of the regulatory red tape created by the Obama administration.