John Felmy

Chief Economist, American Petroleum Institute

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Chief Economist and Director of Policy for the Washington DC-based American Petroleum Institute, which represents more than 400 of the nation's largest oil and gas exploration companies

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Five years after the Gulf oil spill, the Obama Administration has opened up thousands of offshore acres from Virginia to Georgia for oil and gas drilling.

In the Atlantic Ocean, Is It Both Oil and Wind?

Five years after the Gulf oil spill, the Obama Administration has opened up thousands of offshore acres from Virginia to Georgia for oil and gas drilling.

from To the Point

It could be months before  BP  can stop the gusher of oil. Beaches, marshes and wildlife are threatened in the Gulf of Mexico, along with traditional lifestyles.

Does the Oil Spill Buck Stop with Us?

It could be months before BP can stop the gusher of oil. Beaches, marshes and wildlife are threatened in the Gulf of Mexico, along with traditional lifestyles.

from To the Point

One of the promises of the President Bush's  New Way Forward  in Iraq is deployment of "provincial reconstruction teams" to work with local leaders.

Bush's New Way Forward in Iraq; Chavez's Venezuela

One of the promises of the President Bush's New Way Forward in Iraq is deployment of "provincial reconstruction teams" to work with local leaders.

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