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Fuel Freedom is a non-profit with a simple mission: break America's oil addiction by bringing competition to the U.S. transportation fuel market.
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We’re not a net exporter of oil yet, and certainly not energy independent/in Economy, National Security, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
Contrary to what we’ve heard, the United States does not export more oil than it imports. We’re actually far from energy independent. No amount of embellishing government statistics changes those facts.
Let’s call E15 what it is: a good start/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog gsitty /by Gal Sitty
In October, the Trump Administration announced it would instruct the Environmental Protection Agency to adjust regulations to allow the year-round sale of E15, a cleaner-burning, higher-octane gasoline that contains up to 15 percent ethanol.
A few of our favorite things from the L.A. Auto Show/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
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Here we go again, begging the Saudis for oil/in National Security, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
Once again, an American president has begged, cajoled or hectored the Saudis and OPEC to produce more oil to keep prices low.
My personal fight for fuel freedom/in Environment, Over a Barrel Blog imeirovitch /by Ilana Meirovitch
Being part of Fuel Freedom’s mission to end the oil monopoly on our transportation fuels is both humbling and rewarding. After all, we’re making a significant impact on the lives of millions, both here and abroad.
Our oil addiction hampers our response to Saudi atrocities/in National Security, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
Pressure is mounting on the U.S. government to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for the death of American-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Our complicated relationship with the kingdom, held together for decades by oil and arms, narrows our palette of options.
At Fresno fuel economy hearing, people demand cleaner air/in Environment, Over a Barrel Blog, Policy Cafe lhall /by Landon Hall
More than a week later, what lingers in the memory isn’t the despair, but the will to fight.
CAFE plan pushes us further from energy independence/in National Security, Over a Barrel Blog, Policy Cafe rvercruse /by Robin Vercruse
Much of the debate surrounding the recent proposal to lower fuel economy standards focuses on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from tailpipes.
Telephones or oil, a monopoly is not a market/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog rvercruse /by Robin Vercruse
There’s a regular drumbeat from petroleum interests that begrudge ethanol its share of the gasoline fuel market: “We need to let the market decide.” The latest was just last week. But there’s a problem with that argument. A monopoly is not a market.
What subsidies do oil companies receive?/in Economy, Featured, Over a Barrel Blog ntaft, staff /by Fuel Freedom Staff
It seems like every day there’s a new think piece out there decrying the subsidies that renewable energy, alternative fuels, and the vehicles that can run them receive. Yet when it comes to the substantial government assistance for oil companies, those same critics are conspicuously silent.