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West Virginia Is Blessed with Abundant Energy

January 3rd, 2022|

As 2021 finishes out, West Virginians have experienced many blessings — from a rebounding economy with more job opportunities to a stronger, more fiscally sound state, we’re moving forward, together. We’ve even seen the benefits — and drawbacks — of being in the national political spotlight thanks to the ...

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GO-WV Thanks Senator Manchin for Advocacy, Supporting WV Jobs

December 20th, 2021|

GO-WV Executive Director Charlie Burd released the following statement regarding Senator Joe Manchin’s tireless advocacy for West Virginia jobs and his leadership in Washington: “Senator Joe Manchin has always vowed to protect the values of his constituents – the great people of West Virginia – while representing us in ...

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Energy Pros Dismiss Liz Warren’s Complaints: ‘It’s Econ 101, Not Rocket Science’

December 6th, 2021|

Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s latest attempt to “turn up the heat” on the energy sector sparked a backlash from industry leaders who say the real problem comes from policies the Massachusetts’ Democrat has endorsed. In recent letters to natural gas producers, Warren blasted what she called their “corporate greed” and demanded ...

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Industry Pushes Back

December 2nd, 2021|

INDUSTRY PUSHES BACK: The oil and gas industry is bobbing and weaving as the Biden administration and congressional Democrats punch at domestic producers over high energy prices. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/energy-environment/daily-on-energy-oil-and-gas-industry-tries-to-avoid-democratic-scapegoating President Joe Biden has found himself in the position of trying to address voter worries over rising prices — particularly gas prices — while ...

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Alleviate the Energy Crunch

November 22nd, 2021|

By Charlie Burd November 22, 2021 Consumers across the world are expecting to potentially pay more for energy this winter, and while many factors are contributing to global price fluctuations, America’s position as the world’s largest energy producer should be leveraged to ease — and avoid — this situation ...

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