The OPEC+ production cuts announced in April are going into effect this month, which could push oil prices towards $100 a barrel and lead to even higher inflation rates for Americans.
Rather than utilize America’s abundant energy resources to meet demand and lower prices long-term, the Biden Administration has continually begged OPEC+ to increase their energy output to stabilize prices, even though OPEC+ has repeatedly ignored international pleas and frequently fails to meet existing output targets. This is especially shocking considering the Administration’s environmental goals, as our very own Gulf of Mexico produces the second lowest emissions intensive barrels of oil in the world.
Domestic energy advocate Scott Angelle is available to discuss why American energy can and should be our long-term solution to energy affordability; and how American energy is better for our environment, economy, jobs and lowering energy prices.
Scott is available to talk about:
- How more, not less, American energy is the long-term solution to energy affordability.
- What the Administration can do today to help lower prices for tomorrow.
- How America can lower global emissions by utilizing domestic resources, rather than asking foreign countries to increase production to meet our demand.
- How oil and gas produced domestically is better for the environment than oil and gas produced almost anywhere in the world.
- How American energy benefits our economy and how of the six recessions America has experienced from the 1970s to today, all were preceded by a spike in energy prices.
Scott was recently interviewed on NPR’s In Focus podcast, the Rick Jensen Show, The Michael Berry Show and Rush to Reason. His recent opinion pieces have been published in Real Clear Energy and The Advocate and he was also quoted in Bloomberg Green discussing some of the issues mentioned above.
To schedule an interview with Scott Angelle, please contact Kristin Marcell at 703-969-1507 or email [email protected].
About Scott Angelle
Scott A. Angelle, the longest serving Director of the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, is the founder of USA Energy Workers and has held positions in Louisiana as Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of LA Department of Natural Resources, Chairman of Louisiana Public Service Commission and Chairman of Louisiana Water Resources Commission.