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Robert Bryce, author of Gushers of Lies and Power Hungry, took aim at the New York Times articles published earlier this month on the natural gas industry, and specifically shale gas.

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On Friday President Obama announced his intent to nominate Charles McConnell to serve as assistant secretary of the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy. This position is subject to Senate confirmation.

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Sens. Jim Webb (D) and Mark Warner (D) of Virginia, introduced the Virginia Outer Continental Shelf Energy Production Act of 2011 this week to include Lease Sale 220 in the 2012-2017 5-Year Program currently in development. It would also modify the map of the Mid-Atlantic OCS planning area.

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The Neuquen basin of Argentina has several active petroleum systems and has produced hydrocarbons for many years. It also made the New York Times yesterday, with a story about the oil shale prospectivity of the Vaca Muerta formation.

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Last week ExxonMobil unveiled a new website about the science and benefits of developing natural gas, particularly from shales.

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The July edition of Washington Watch is now available online.

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