COAL Environmental Opposition Regulatory Barriers
RENEWABLE ENERGY AS SHARE OF TOTAL ENERGY, 1999
OIL No practical motor fuel available in the short term 97% transportation relies on oil Future promise of abundant crude oil reserves worldwide
TOP CRUDE OIL PRODUCERS, 1998 Source:: US DOE, 2000
NATURAL GAS Fuel of Choice Abundant Environmentally Acceptable
Conservation is important but is not enough
DOMESTIC OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY IS VITAL TO... National Security Prosperity Balance of Payments Jobs
Critical Factors Access Technology Financial Requirements Skilled Workers Rigs Lead Times
Access to the Resource...
U.S. Lower-48 Natural Gas Reserves Subject to Access Restrictions * Approximately 29 TCF Of The Rockies Gas Resources Are Closed To Development And 108 TCF Are Available With Restrictions. 31 TCF 137* TCF 24 TCF 21 TCF
24 Projected Infrastructure Expansion Requirements 38,000 Miles of Transmission Pipeline 255,000 Miles of New Distribution Mains 850 BCF of Storage Working Gas Capacity 30 BCF of Interregional Pipeline Capacity $123 Billion of Investment Capital ($34B Transmission, $84B Distribution, $5B Storage)
25 Access Issues for Transmission & Distribution Acquisition of Right-of-Way on Public Lands Encroachment on Existing Right-of-Way Increasing Community Awareness and Resistance to New Infrastructure More Restrictive Permitting Driven by Environmental Concerns
26 WHAT IS IPAADOING?
Congressional Testimony Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Senate Finance Committee House Agriculture Committee House Commerce Energy and Air Quality Subcommittee House Resources Committee House Resources Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee House Science Energy Subcommittee Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) Chairman House Commerce Energy and Air Quality Subcommittee Sen. Frank Murkowski (R-AK) Ranking Member, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
Congressional Oil & Gas Forum Advocacy The Oil and Gas Forum Hosted by IPAA on March 15, 2001 Drew 90 Participants and 7 Members of Congress
North American Prospect Expo NAPE ®
Oil and Gas Investment Symposium (OGIS)
IPAA Online New IPAA Website New forwardmarket.com Screen Saver New Energy Jobs Network Database
Publications and Materials
Oil And Natural Gas In Your State
IPAA’s Cooperating Associations Washington-Based Energy Associations American Petroleum Institute (API) US Oil and Gas Association (USOGA) Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) American Gas Association (AGA Domestic Petroleum Council (DPC) National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA)
IPAA WILDCATTERS’ FUND IS A BI-PARTISAN POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE
CURRENCY OF WASHINGTON IS VOTES... NOT JUST $
IPAA PARTNERSHIP WITH BIPAC
STRATEGY Target Dollars to Competitive House and Senate Campaigns (not more than approximately 10% can go to non-competitive races)
Why Business Doesn’t Do Better We already spend enough - we just have to focus on the tools that win campaigns.
Communications: Source: FEC
Non-Advocacy ($46 Million: ) Labor’s Communication The Tip of the Iceberg!
‘Do you want to hear from your employer?’
‘Have you heard from your employer or labor?’
Who Is Most Credible?
TARGET KEY RACES Control of Senate, 1 seat Arkansas, Sen. Tim Hutchinson (R) vs. Attorney General Mark Pryor (D) Colorado, Sen. Wayne Allard (R) vs. Ted Strickland (D) Louisiana, Sen. Mary Landreu vs. ? South Dakota, Sen. Tim Johnson (D) vs. Rep. John Thume (R)
IPAA’S PROSPERITY PROJECT Voter Guides Voter Registration Get Out the Vote
HOUSE CONTROL - SIX SEATS Colorado Illinois Michigan South Dakota Tennessee Texas
Our Employees, Shareholders, Customers, and Their Families Vote in Those States
2000 ELECTIONS One House Primary Seat Won by 56 Votes One House Primary Seat Won by 160 Votes One Senate Seat Won by 2,229 Votes One Presidential Seat Won by 600+ Votes
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