U.S. and Global Energy Outlook
Witnesses testified about broad trends of energy production and energy use in the United States and worldwide. They said the U.S. oil… read more
Witnesses testified about broad trends of energy production and energy use in the United States and worldwide. They said the U.S. oil and gas industry was in the midst of a “major revival” and estimated that domestic crude oil production would increase over 20% in the next decade reducing in oil imports from 49% to 36% by 2035. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- James Burkhard Director IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associate->Oil Market Analysis
- Roger Diwan Partner and Head PFC Energy->Financial Advisory
- Howard K. Gruenspecht Acting Administrator Department of Energy->Energy Information Administration
- Richard H. Jones Deputy Executive Director International Energy Agency
- Mary Landrieu U.S. Senator [D] Louisiana
- Joe Manchin III U.S. Senator [D] West Virginia
- Lisa Murkowski U.S. Senator [R] Alaska
- Rob Portman U.S. Senator [R] Ohio
- Jeanne Shaheen U.S. Senator [D] New Hampshire
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