Jones Act

Update Jones Act

An Update on the Jones Act

The waiver to the Jones Act provided by the Department of Homeland Security is already proving helpful in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, both of which affected important energy infrastructure in Texas and Louisiana, as well as fuel...

/ September 18, 2017

21st century energy markets: AFPM President Drevna’s House testimony on energy markets and US national security

The United States is in the midst of an energy boom that few predicted even a few years ago. As we now know; however, innovation and entrepreneurship in the energy sector have reversed that trend and the mere fact that Congress...

/ March 3, 2015

America’s Energy Policy: Caution and Candor

AFPM President Charles Drevna had the opportunity of speaking at the United States Energy Association’s 11th annual State of the Energy Industry Forum. In his speech, he called for a comprehensive U.S. energy policy and an end to regulating in...

/ January 15, 2015

Oil export amendment in Keystone bill: not the time or place

As reported in Energy & Environment Daily (among others), Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has said he would like to slip in an amendment to the upcoming Keystone XL bill which would lift the U.S. crude oil export ban-although many Republicans feel now is...

/ January 13, 2015