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Synopsis

Energy. It fuels our daily lives and our economy. And it's one of the most important issues being debated today. Here on EnergyTomorrow Radio, we examine complex issues about our energy future and answer your questions. In doing so, we hope to advance the conversation about this important topic. Hosted by Jane Van Ryan of API.

Episodes

  • ETR 124 The Truth About Fracking

    ETR 124 The Truth About Fracking

    21/12/2010

    December 21, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews David Adams, Halliburton’s vice president for production enhancement, about hydraulic fracturing. He describes the fracking process, the associated benefits as well as the exaggerated risks.

  • ETR 123 Economic Harm of Offshore Ban

    ETR 123 Economic Harm of Offshore Ban

    07/12/2010

    December 7, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Sara Banaszak, API’s senior economist, about the administration’s recent ban on offshore drilling and its impact on the economy, jobs and energy security.

  • ETR 122 A Milestone for ULSD Fuel

    ETR 122 A Milestone for ULSD Fuel

    23/11/2010

    November 23, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Patrick Kelly, API’s policy advisor for downstream fuels issues, about the completion of the transition from low sulfur diesel to Utra-Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) fuel for highway travel.

  • ETR 121 Oil and Natural Gas Development in the Michigan Basin

    ETR 121 Oil and Natural Gas Development in the Michigan Basin

    09/11/2010

    November 9, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Dr. William B. Harrison, III from Western Michigan University, about the economic benefits of oil and natural gas development in the Michigan Basin.

  • ETR 120 Benefits of the Keystone Pipeline

    ETR 120 Benefits of the Keystone Pipeline

    26/10/2010

    October 26, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Dan Gunderson, a consultant to API, to discuss the benefits of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry oil-sands oil from Canada to Oklahoma and the Gulf Coast.

  • ETR 119 Oil’s Impact on Economic Growth

    ETR 119 Oil’s Impact on Economic Growth

    12/10/2010

    October 12, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Dave Murphy, energy blogger for The Oil Drum about peak oil and the importance of affordable energy for economic growth.

  • ETR 118 The Costs of Ozone Regulation

    ETR 118 The Costs of Ozone Regulation

    28/09/2010

    September 28, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Don Norman of Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI and API’s Kyle Isakower about the EPA’s proposal to tighten ozone standards and its potential impact on jobs and the economy.

  • ETR 117 Americans Rally for Jobs

    ETR 117 Americans Rally for Jobs

    14/09/2010

    September 14, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan reports on the Rallies for Jobs held this month across America where energy workers, business leaders and consumers voiced their concerns about jobs, economic growth and affordable energy.

  • ETR 116 The Problem with New Taxes

    ETR 116 The Problem with New Taxes

    31/08/2010

    August 31, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Stephen Comstock, API’s tax policy manager, about proposals from Congress and the administration to raise taxes on the oil and natural gas industry.

  • ETR 115 E15 and Your Car

    ETR 115 E15 and Your Car

    17/08/2010

    August 17, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Al Jessel, co-chair of the Coordinating Research Council about a plan being considered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to raise the amount of ethanol in gasoline from 10 percent to 15 percent.

  • ETR 114 Measuring the Moratorium’s Impact on Alabama

    ETR 114 Measuring the Moratorium’s Impact on Alabama

    10/08/2010

    August 10, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews George Clark, president of Manufacture Alabama, about the impact of the drilling moratorium on Alabama’s economy and jobs.

  • ETR 113 Recent Study Shows Economic Benefits of the Marcellus Shale

    ETR 113 Recent Study Shows Economic Benefits of the Marcellus Shale

    27/07/2010

    July 27, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Dr. Tim Considine of the University of Wyoming about his recent study that quantifies the economic impact of developing natural gas in the Marcellus Shale formation.

  • ETR 112 Research on Oil and the Subsea Environment

    ETR 112 Research on Oil and the Subsea Environment

    13/07/2010

    July 13, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Dr. David Vaughan of the Mote Marine Laboratory at Summerland Key, Florida, about his research on oil in the water from the Gulf spill and its potential effect on the subsea environment.

  • ETR 111 Myths and Regulations Surrounding Air Quality

    ETR 111 Myths and Regulations Surrounding Air Quality

    29/06/2010

    June 29, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Rich Trzupek, a principal consultant at Mostardi Platt Environmental, about the myths and regulations surrounding air quality in the United States and how both affect the economy.

  • ETR 110 Kevin Book Discusses Impact of Gulf Oil Spill and Six-Month Moratorium

    ETR 110 Kevin Book Discusses Impact of Gulf Oil Spill and Six-Month Moratorium

    16/06/2010

    June 16, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Kevin Book of ClearView Energy Partners LLC about the impact of the oil spill on energy policy and the effects of the six-month moratorium on domestic energy supplies and industry workers.

  • A message from America’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry

    A message from America’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry

    10/06/2010

    The Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is a terrible tragedy for the families of those killed or injured as well as the citizens of the region and the Gulf environment.

  • ETR 109 Burt Adams Discusses Economic Effects of Moratorium

    ETR 109 Burt Adams Discusses Economic Effects of Moratorium

    07/06/2010

    June 7, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Burt Adams, chairman of the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA), about the potential economic effects of the president’s six-month deepwater drilling moratorium on coastal communities.

  • ETR 108 David Holt’s Perspective on Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

    ETR 108 David Holt’s Perspective on Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

    17/05/2010

    May 17, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews David Holt, president of the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), about the need to learn from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill while continuing to develop oil and natural gas offshore.

  • ETR 107 Louisiana’s Response to Gulf Oil Spill

    ETR 107 Louisiana’s Response to Gulf Oil Spill

    11/05/2010

    May 11, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Chris John, president of the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil & Gas Association, about Louisiana’s response to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and the importance of continuing offshore development.

  • ETR 106 Gulf Oil Spill Response Technology

    ETR 106 Gulf Oil Spill Response Technology

    01/05/2010

    May 1, 2010: In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews API’s Allison Nyholm, an oil spill response veteran, about the technologies used by the oil and natural gas industry to handle spills.

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