Biden took a sledgehammer to U.S. energy independence on day 1 by cancelling the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Biden's pathetic attempt to please wokesters and climate change fraudsters led to thousands of lost jobs and skyrocketing fuel prices.
As the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues, the Biden Administration appears desperate to silence his critics over rising gas costs.
Although not an official request, the White House is now encouraging U.S. drillers to produce more crude.
While the move will anger the Green New Deal crowd, reality of this avoidable disaster is crashing down on Biden and his cronies.
White House Quietly Calls On US Oil Companies To Increase Production https://t.co/UwPrIM0NtW
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) March 2, 2022
“White House Quietly Calls On US Oil Companies To Increase Production” Just as I said yesterday in CH, the US should flood the market with oil.
— Jason A. Williams (@GoingParabolic) March 2, 2022
@POTUS why not just undo all your mandates against our energy independence that you’ve implemented since you were elected? It’s so simple a reality TV star could figure it out. Oh well…$4.50/gal on deck I guess. Thanks. https://t.co/fMwMOMXOME
— TMcNasty (@TMcNasty) March 2, 2022
A White House official said Tuesday that U.S. oil and gas companies should increase production if they want, pushing back against executives who’ve criticized Biden administration energy policies as prices soar https://t.co/vp7aEshiuj
— Jordan Fabian (@Jordanfabian) March 1, 2022
Oil Price reported:
Though words are different than deeds—and President Joe Biden’s deeds have been decisively anti-fossil fuel expansion—a White House official told U.S. oil companies on Tuesday that they could increase production if they want.
“Prices are quite high, the price signal is strong. If folks want to produce more, they can and they should,” White House National Economic Council Deputy Director Bharat Ramamurti said in an interview today.
While the words fell short of an official request to U.S. oil companies to increase production, it is decidedly different from ignoring U.S. oil companies’ production plans altogether while asking OPEC+ to do the heavy lifting when it comes to oil production—to no avail, no less.
Ramamurti also dispelled the notion that the U.S. Administration was somehow curtailing crude oil production.
But U.S. oil companies have long held that while the Administration hasn’t directly restricted U.S. output, the energy policies flowing out of the White House have put a damper not only on the attitude involving crude oil production but has made it far more difficult for oil companies to ramp up.
The White House has received tremendous pushback for not tapping what would be a solution to high oil prices.
After this administration's attack on U.S. energy independence, Americans are hurting at the gas pump more than ever.
And the pressure is mounting on Biden to increase domestic oil production.