Energy For All

Powering Our Progress

Everyone benefits from energy in more ways than they might think. It is not just about turning on lights or fueling cars. It is about lifting families out of poverty, giving greater access to advanced technologies, and creating lifesaving products that are essential to everyday lives.

Boosting our Communities

American energy is solving big challenges — from environmental progress to building and protecting communities to securing our nation.. The natural gas and oil industry supports 10.3 million of jobs, and contributes billions of dollars to the economy each year.

Powering our Progress

American energy is connecting us with loved ones, allowing us to travel faster and farther than ever before, and applying technology we never dreamed possible. American energy powers progress. It gives all Americans the opportunity for a better future.

  • Over the past three decades natural gas has helped 1.3 billion people worldwide get electricity and escape debilitating poverty.
  • New medicines and life-saving health care technologies—such as artificial heart valves, insulin pumps, and defibrillators—are made possible by natural gas and oil.
  • Smartphones, tablets, computers, and telecommunications equipment couldn’t exist without natural gas and oil.

Did You Know?

  • 1.3B people have electricity and escaped poverty
  • More than 10.3 million jobs are supported by natural gas and oil

Supporters in your
community

The best way to determine if a new technology is sustainable, is to let it live or die according to the decisions of a free people spending their own money in a free marketplace. This is the only way we will identify truly sustainable renewable fuels to power our economy.

Brian W.

Fall Creek, WI

I have experienced damage to my outboard motor and chainsaw caused by ethanol. Ethanol increases both the cost of fuel in my car and the cost of food on my family’s table. Now some want to increase the government mandate and require we use more ethanol. We should be ending the mandate, not expanding it!”

Rich S.

Burlington, WI

I think natural gas is something that we’re realizing, more and more, that if you bring it in, you can do a lot with it.”

Susan O.

Wisconsin

I don’t think that energy is a partisan issue – the use of natural gas should be in everyone’s best interest.

Lorrie K.

Wisconsin

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