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Dakota Access Pipeline protesters pin a security guard against a truck.
Some engage in violence, while others waste public funds on Quixotic escapades.
Sean Hackbarth
PG&E's Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant

The Global Energy Institute advocates for a diverse mix of energy resources. Among them are 99 commercial nuclear reactors.

Heath Knakmuhs
Oil pumping jack in Fort Lupton, Colorado.
The average time to process a drilling permit application for federal land was 257 days in 2016.
Sean Hackbarth
Global Energy Institute

America has transformed from energy scarcity and foreign reliance to abundance and exporting American resources around the world.

Thomas J. Donohue
Stack of plastic cups.
The shale boom is powering innovation and industrial investment by making feedstocks and electricity more affordable.
Sean Hackbarth
May 18, 2017 - Washington, DC, USA: U.S. Invest In America Summit, featuring Vice President Mike Pence, Treasury Sec. Steve Mnuchin. With Tom Donohue, and Myron Brilliant.    Photo by Joshua Roberts / © U.S. Chamber of Commerce
VP Pence and more.
Carrie Brooks
Pipelines in front of a dusky sky.
Maintaining and expanding our pipelines, transmission lines, substations, and offshore platforms is essential to our nation’s future.
Matt Koch
A truck drives past four oil pumpjacks outside Williston, North Dakota.
We're remindered that policies that support energy drives job creation and economic growth.
Sean Hackbarth