“If for some reason that oil weapon becomes a Saudi response, and they may get other friends to join them in responding with an oil effect, the whole world economy could be shaken by a shortage of oil.”
“With common-sense public policies in place, American drivers will be able to save money by having options for both oil and natural gas, as well as biofuel and electricity, to power their vehicles. The result? True and lasting energy independence.”
While allowing year-round E15 opens the door to using more alcohol fuels, it doesn’t create the market competition that’s needed to achieve energy independence.
Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister said on “Cavuto Coast to Coast” that “the volatility overall is going to be worrisome, particularly as global demand continues to grow.”
Even if we didn’t import one barrel of oil, we’d still be held hostage to the tyranny of the price, which to a large extent is set by OPEC.
The Fuel Freedom adviser said the U.S. should brace itself against expected higher prices at the pump by using more resources for fuel we have at home. “Why should we have to worry about international oil when we have so much domestic energy in our own country?”
Fuel Freedom co-founder and chairman Yossie Hollander and board of directors member John Hofmeister appeared on Sean Hannity’s radio show on Wednesday, April 18, to promote domestically produced natural gas as a way to reduce our dependence on foreign oil.
Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister said that, though it’s been weeks since Hurricane Harvey hit the Gulf Coast, “we’re not back up and running yet at full strength in the refinery system, and until that happens, I think we’re going to see upward pressure” on prices.
Former Shell president John Hofmeister, a member of Fuel Freedom’s board, said Tropical Storm Harvey poses risks to the U.S. energy supply during an appearance on Fox Business.
“Biofuels can play a significant role for reducing carbon intensity in transportation, provided the politics and/or economics don’t derail their viability. Those hurdles are significant.”
America first doesn’t necessarily mean — or always mean — a focus on American oil. That’s a point we keep hearing from everyone from solar developers to ethanol producers. Here’s one more perspective.
Imagine the U.S. without a single barrel of imported oil. From 50% imports in 2007 to 30% imports today to 0% in the mid-2020s – 50 years of geopolitical leverage from OPEC can be gone for good.
Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader, Tom Daschle, is leading an effort to ensure that high octane, low carbon fuels are part of EPA’s midterm evaluation of the progress of federal fuel economy standards.
Fuel Freedom Foundation policy manager Gal Sitty discussed shale gas and how it could reduce transportation costs and emissions as part of the Hudson Institute’s symposium “America’s Future Natural Gas Economy: Promoting the Next Energy Breakthrough” in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.
The fracking revolution is still largely misunderstood by the oil and gas industry. It helped the U.S. attain a measure of independence from imported oil but even today we import about 6.5 million barrels a day, equivalent to one-third of U.S. consumption.
Natural gas is abundant and cheap in the United States, and we should be using more of it for our transportation needs, Fuel Freedom co-founder and chairman Yossie Hollander said on Fox News’s “America’s Newsroom” on Friday. “Everybody talks about the oil and gas industry, but we’re using only the oil,” he said.
John Hofmeister, the former president of Shell Oil and currently a member of Fuel Freedom Foundation’s Board of Advisors and Board of Directors, will deliver the keynote address at the 2016 RFA National Ethanol Conference in New Orleans.
Before the recent jump in oil prices put low costs in the rear-view mirror, American drivers had a brief taste of the 1990s at the pump. Now Eyal Aronoff and Yossie Hollander and former Shell Oil Co. president John Hofmeister say the U.S. could make low prices permanent if more ethanol and methanol from cheap […]
The last two years’ experience with electric vehicles proves that clean fuel technologies can compete with oil, and the continued strong sales of the last few months prove it, even at oil’s new price.
Behind PUMP is an Israeli investor and philanthropist, Joseph “Yossie” Hollander, the founder of New Dimension Software. For Hollander, this is just another stage in his battle over the past 10 years to free the United States from its destructive dependence on oil.
By 2050, there will be three billion light-duty vehicles (LDVs) on the road. Even under the most optimistic forecast, alternative vehicles will account for — at best — 50 percent of the total worldwide fleet.
Fuel Freedom Foundation and IESE Business School today launched an international education program to reduce energy poverty in developing countries, starting in Kenya, Africa.
At the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting in New York City, Fuel Freedom Foundation and IESE Business School announced a new education program as a CGI Commitment to Action that takes a ground-up approach toward reducing energy poverty on the African continent.
Fuel Freedom Foundation today announced that John Hofmeister has joined the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Hofmeister will continue to serve as a member of FFF’s advisory board. This new title allows him to expand his role within the organization.
After a successful nationwide theatrical release last fall, the eye-opening documentary PUMP is now available Netflix. Directed by Josh Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell, with narration by Jason Bateman, this engaging and inspiring documentary tells the story of America’s addiction to oil, from its corporate conspiracy beginnings to the monopoly it enjoys today.
Michael Leven, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Georgia Aquarium, and a longtime supporter of philanthropic endeavors, has joined Fuel Freedom Foundation’s board of advisors.
After a successful limited theatrical release this fall, PUMP will be available Jan. 13, 2015 to a wider audience.
Fuel Freedom Foundation announced that Sheryl WuDunn, the first Asian-American reporter to win a Pulitzer Prize for her coverage of China for The New York Times, will be joining the foundation’s advisory board.
Fuel Freedom Foundation announced that Robert “Bud” McFarlane, former National Security Advisor under Ronald Reagan, co-founder of the U.S. Energy Security Council and a visionary in the oil and securities market, will be joining the Fuel Freedom Foundation advisory board.
Ilana Meirovitch Joins Fuel Freedom Foundation’s National Effort to Give Americans Choice at the Pump Fuel Freedom Foundation, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working to reduce the cost of driving your existing car or truck by opening the market to cheaper fuel choices at the pump, has announced that Ilana Meirovitch will be its new Chief […]