COVID-19 upended energy markets. Demand disappeared and producers scaled back. Now that economies are reopening, and the demand for goods and services is rebounding, the demand for energy all along the supply chain is increasing, driving up not only the cost of the feedstocks and fuels refineries and petrochemical manufacturers use, but also the cost of the energy used at every step of the supply chain.
Fuel Refiners, Petrochemical Manufacturers Urge Congressional Democrats to Stand Strong, Reject New Taxes on American-Refined Energy, Plastics
Washington, D.C. – AFPM launches seven-figure campaign thanking Democrat champions, warning that reconciliation taxes could lead to higher prices on gas and consumer goods, threaten jobs and undermine U.S. energy security.
"If you vote for me, all of your wildest dreams will come true." So says Pedro Sanchez in the
If there’s one thing that films like ET and shows like Stranger Things have taught us, it’s that any super-secretive shady government program worth its salt needs hazmat suits.
The story starts back in 1915, when a 19-year-old entrepreneur named Tom Lyle Williams saw his sister mix coal dust with Vaseline (or petroleum jelly) and apply it to her eye lashes to make them look fuller.