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Energy Citizens

Did you know 9 in 10 voters support America developing its own energy rather than relying on foreign powers? Check out this article by @mj_sommers on how the solution is right here at home. #EnergySecurity #MakeMoveImprove https://t.co/w5OCWAj4wc

Energy Citizens

Lifting developmental restrictions on federal lands & waters, which provide 1/4 of total U.S. oil & natural gas production, is one impactful way Washington can help strengthen America’s energy economy. #MakeMoveImprove https://t.co/9rLFArOUbD

Energy Citizens

As a business owner, Energy Citizen Davis understands the importance of competitive energy costs for the future of our industry and how they can affect our communities’ day-to-day lives. #MakeMoveImprove https://t.co/QEKcIhQI62

Energy Citizens

Meeting energy demand – and alleviating energy poverty across the world – with reliable, accessible energy while reducing emissions is the challenge of our time – and one the natural gas & oil industry is rising to address. #MakeMoveImprove https://t.co/4BRPRa3fFT

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“Natural gas is vital to Colorado, to keep our young people working and growing in Colorado.”
Maria D.
“I think U.S. dependence on foreign oil obviously is complicated, poses a lot of problems, threats, and the more independent we become, I think it only increases our national security.”
Al B.
“I don’t think that energy is a partisan issue – the use of natural gas should be in everyone’s best interest.”
Lorrie K.