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I Don’t Appreciate Your Condensate Tone. Wait… What’s a Condensate?

The Department of Commerce commodity classification decision allowing the export of condensates in one specific instance earlier this year fanned the flames of the crude oil export debate. A previous Petro Primer post discusses why this decision was erroneously misinterpreted as...

/ October 1, 2014

Energy Regulations Should Promote Economic Efficiency

Wayne H. Winegarden, the Sr. Fellow in Business & Economics, Pacific Research Institute, and Marc A. Miles, the President of Global Economic Solutions, have written a guest blog for Petro Primer on their report, the 50 State Index of Energy Regulation: Recently we conducted...

/ September 29, 2014

Why the Center for American Progress is wrong on LIFO

Jade West, the Senior Vice President-Government Relations for the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors and head of the LIFO Coalition, has written a guest post for Petro Primer: On September 23, the Center for American Progress (CAP) published a report titled The...

/ September 24, 2014

National Labor Relations Board: A Shark Unseen

Remember in the movie “Jaws” when Roy Schneider was throwing chum over the side of the “Orca” and the shark suddenly appeared? The shark was much larger than anyone on the boat had expected. Thus, the famous movie line “You’re...

/ September 22, 2014