Top 10 Questions for Mallory & McCabe

Promoting former Obama officials with a history of failed policies will not unite America. WASHINGTON DC (March 3, 2021) – Today, the American Energy Alliance (AEA) issued ten suggested questions for today’s Senate Environment & Public Works Committee confirmation hearing for Brenda Mallory to serve as Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality […]

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Top 10 Questions for EPA Nominee Michael Regan

How will Biden’s EPA administrator find consensus amidWhite House climate czars and Big Green, Inc.? WASHINGTON DC (February 2, 2020) – Today, the American Energy Alliance (AEA) issued ten questions for tomorrow’s Senate Environment and Public Works Committee confirmation hearing of Michael S. Regan. AEA President Thomas Pyle issued the following statement ahead of the […]

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Putting an End to Secret Science Pivotal to Restoring Trust in Government

EPA can finally put an end to history of cherry-picking research to support a predetermined, political outcome WASHINGTON DC (January 5, 2021) – The American Energy Alliance (AEA), the country’s premier pro-consumer, pro-taxpayer, and free-market energy organization, threw its support behind the announcement from EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler limiting “secret science” in the agency’s public […]

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Protection and Production: EPA MATS Rule Restores Balance in Cost-Benefit Analysis

President Trump and EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler continue to rack up regulatory fixes to the mess they inherited from the Obama administration. WASHINGTON DC (April 16, 2020) – The American Energy Alliance (AEA) announced its support for the final updated Mercury and Air Toxics (MATS) rule released by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today. MATS […]

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A Step Towards More Accurate Cost-Benefit Analysis

WASHINGTON – This afternoon, EPA Administrator Wheeler signed a memo directing agency leadership to develop rules for consideration in outlining the proper use of benefit-cost considerations to be applied to future rulemakings.  AEA President Tom Pyle made the following statement in response: “EPA Administrator Wheeler’s directive to write new rules for the consideration of cost-benefit analysis […]

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Trump Budget Supports a Strong Energy Future

WASHINGTON – Today, the Trump administration delivered its proposed Fiscal Year 2020 budget to Congress. AEA President Thomas Pyle made the following statement in regards to the budget’s implications for American energy: “The Trump administration’s proposed 2020 budget would modernize government spending in a manner consistent with the energy revolution taking place before our very eyes. The government should […]

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Standing up to the Ethanol Mafia

Earlier this week a group of Senators from some of the states that are victims of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) decided to fight back against the ethanol mafia. It’s about time. The spectacle last week of a few Midwestern Senators making threats and holding up nominations to protect a government handout that only benefits […]

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AEA Praises President Trump’s Budget Proposal

The Trump Budget: A Commitment to Restoring America’s Promise, Returning Power to the People WASHINGTON — American Energy Alliance President Thomas Pyle issued the following statements on President Trump’s budget proposal: “President Trump has put forth the most significant budget blueprint in generations. The Trump budget offers a much-needed resetting of the relationship between the federal […]

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