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Mississippi AEA Launches American Energy Ad

  • 10/02/08
  • AEA
  • News
Listen The text of the ad follows Energy costs continue to soar and our economy is in financial crisis.

Lifting the ban on offshore exploration is the first step toward increasing domestic energy production.

New domestic exploration will mean lower energy costs for our families, new investment in our economy and more Mississippi jobs.

Senators Roger Wicker and Thad Cochran understand this.

Our Senators fought to lift the Congressional ban on offshore exploration and production,...


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Mississippi - American Energy

  • 10/02/08
  • AEA
  • Multimedia

Colorado - Financial Disaster

  • 10/02/08
  • AEA
  • Multimedia

AEA Comments on BLM’s Oil Shale Regulations

  • 09/22/08
  • AEA
  • Can't Make This Up

Energy is the lifeblood of our economy and skyrocketing energy prices illustrate the need for more domestic sources of energy. In the energy debate, there is a lot of talk about alternative energy, but oil shale is frequently not mentioned. This is shocking considering the incredible amount of energy available in oil shale. 

According to the Department of Energy, American oil shale may hold one trillion barrels of potentially recoverable oil. This staggering amount of oil reserves is greater...


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Mississippi - Energy Independence

  • 09/18/08
  • AEA
  • Multimedia

Colorado - Compromises

  • 09/18/08
  • AEA
  • Multimedia

AEA Continues American Energy Advocacy Campaign with New Ads in Colorado, Mississippi

  • 09/18/08
  • AEA
  • News
Washington, DC – The American Energy Alliance (AEA) today unveiled new radio advertisements in Colorado and Mississippi as part of its continuing American energy advocacy campaign.  AEA president Thomas Pyle issued the following statement: “Whether they are filling up at the pump, stocking up at the grocery store, or balancing the check book, American families are suffering the effects of skyrocketing energy prices at every turn.  They’re looking towards Washington for relief.  And...
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Mississippi AEA Launches "Energy Independence" Ad

  • 09/18/08
  • AEA
  • News
Listen The text of the Mississippi ad follows Energy costs are hurting our families. Thankfully Senators Roger Wicker and Thad Cochran are leading the effort to find solutions. Our Senators helped sponsor legislation that would open up American sources of energy—lessening our dependence on Middle Eastern oil.  And our Senators understand the U.S. has more untapped oil than the entire world has consumed in the last 150 years, and the capability to develop these resources safely and...
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Colorado AEA Launches "Compromises" Radio Ad

  • 09/18/08
  • AEA
  • News
Listen The text of the ad follows Gas prices are hurting Colorado families.  But, Congressman Mark Udall has voted 34 times against additional energy exploration and production. Udall said “we can’t drill our way out of this problem,” but now says he supports drilling. The legislation he now backs would actually make it more difficult to produce our own energy.  It’s called the “Gang of Sixteen” compromise, but the only thing it compromises is our ability to drill for oil on nearly...
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Santa Barbara County Supports Offshore Drilling

  • 09/18/08
  • AEA
  • Can't Make This Up
Anytime offshore oil drilling is mentioned, environmental activists bring up the tragic 1969 oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara, California. This spill was caused by a blow-out on a oil platform. The blow-out leaked 3 million gallons of crude oil into the ocean, covering near-by beaches. This event galvanized public opposition to offshore drilling.

The 1969 oil spill was a tragedy. But the tragedy motivated oil companies to develop oil extraction techniques that minimize spillage and...
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