White House Looking For Ways To Increase Gas Production

Nine months after shutting down gas production, the White House says there is a shortage of gas and they are looking for ways to increase gas production.

White House weighing steps to address gas shortages | TheHill

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23 Responses to White House Looking For Ways To Increase Gas Production

  1. Timo, Not That One says:

    I predict they will solve the problem by rescinding those foolish executive orders made by Trump.

  2. GWS says:

    Snow and deny — The dim playbook never changes.

  3. Douglas Hoyt says:

    Keystone pipeline.

  4. Sean says:

    Somehow I can’t imagine that “getting out of the way” would ever be an option for this administration.

  5. Torgo says:

    Starve and freeze in the dark, bigots!

  6. John Sturges says:

    In fact, there are no shortages, period. There is discipline by an industry placed in a capital shortage by years of wildly misdirected environmental and politically driven agendas such that the industry has become disciplined re-over production. US increase in rig count is only keeping pace with natural existing well production declines and a pattern of inventory drawdown to historic low levels. There is no under-supply, no gas lines. Natural gas rigs are at a 35yr low with nat gas production coming from existing wells and additional gas from drilling for oil. Again, no lack of supply.
    Higher prices is pure speculation driven by fears of under-supply of nat gas in Europe,
    Speculation yes, supply issues no!

  7. ian Fults says:

    When i read the title of this article i laughed so hard thinking about ALL the papers he signed that CAUSED this energy shortage, when last year they had no where to PUT all the OIL they had! LOL

    (never going to stop saying that until Brandon is gone ;) )

  8. 10percentforthebigguy says:

    So much for unicorn flatulence and pixie dust. Back to the drawing board, I guess.

    Why do people continue to support and maintain confidence in our “leaders?” Guess it will have to get really uncomfortable for folks before they wise up.

  9. Ron says:

    I think it’s all BS to raise prices and make money by energy cartels. The keystone pipeline was going to Houston? I read the oil was going overseas from there. The current wells and NG that are permitted still produce and I bet there’s still permitted new stuff that hasn’t been touched. The stoppage was for new permits for new wells and such from what I understand.
    There needs to be a national debate on energy and what way to go in the future.
    How will electricity be produced reliably? Solar and wind are fine for an off-grid home that’s careful about usage but a country of electric cars needs more energy, not less available. The country will have more of a demand as the population increases. Stupid people are now in charge.

  10. oeman 50 says:

    Pretty soon, they will not be able to afford the gas they use to gaslight us all….

  11. Dave N says:

    “..declined to specify..”

    Mainly because they have absolutely no idea, other than renewing the gas leases, which they don’t want to do, because “climate change”.

    Utter idiots.

  12. Willybobbob says:

    Idiots elect an idiot then support the idiot who when he acts like an idiot.

  13. arn says:

    Munchhausen Proxy Syndrome at work.
    Help solving problems you create.
    Be the hero of your catastrophy.
    Punch people with your right hand,
    then help them up with your left
    and promise to punish the perpetrator.

  14. Margaret Scrivens says:

    Hello from ALBERTA CANADA!!! We have plenty
    of oil and gas for sale, sadly January 23rd
    we were told you did not want it anymore.
    I think we could make a deal. Does anyone
    have BRANDON’S telephone number?
    I could call BRANDON now and say: LET’S

  15. Steve says:

    If Biden can’t fix it, Biden should have never broke it in the first place. Idiot!

  16. Anon says:

    I like this Jen Psaki video the best for TWISTED LOGIC:

    Jen Psaki Says Empty Shelves And Rising Prices Are Due To “Increasing Demand”


    If Boris Yeltsin understood economics the way Psaki does, this story would have been completely different:

    When Boris Yeltsin went grocery shopping in Clear Lake

    Yeltsin, then 58, “roamed the aisles of Randall’s nodding his head in amazement,” wrote Asin. He told his fellow Russians in his entourage that if their people, who often must wait in line for most goods, saw the conditions of U.S. supermarkets, “there would be a revolution.”


    Yeltsin would have said: “Look at all of these products on the shelves! There must be no demand for them! In the Soviet Union our shelves are always empty!”

    • spren says:

      Great comment. Milton Friedman said, “If the US government was in charge of the Sahara Desert, there would be a shortage of sand.”

      After less than 9 months of this abomination, look at the damage that’s been done to our country. Now these idiotic fools tell us they’re going to take over the energy industry and use windmills and solar to power our economy and put us all in electric vehicles. We’re all likely to freeze to death before that even comes close to happening.

  17. czechlist says:

    does this admin require questions be submitted prior to the news conference as the 0 admin did? Peppermint Patti appears to be reading her answers.

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