"We don't want critics to know our game plan."

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position President and CEO
industry Lobbying

Jack Gerard has served as President and CEO of the American Petroleum Institute...

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polluter #1

Jack Gerard

status "We don't want critics to know our game plan."
20 April 2011

The research team here at Greenpeace USA does some really great stuff. Uncloaking the Koch brothers, figuring out the truth about fracking, and pressuring polluters who are trying to influence our elected leaders.

4 April 2011

Less than a year since BP’s Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling rig exploded into flame, killed eleven rig employees and initiated an uncontrolled oil gusher that blasted over four million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico, the London-based oil giant is asking for more.

18 February 2011

The same oil and gas companies that set up a front group to campaign against regulations over hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) have spent a combined total of more than $126 million on lobbyists, while pouring money into the campaign coffers of the Hill’s loudest fracking regulation opponents.

19 October 2010


This blog was originally posted on October 4, 2010

19 October 2010

Oil companies are dictating future energy options by choosing which academic research projects recieve funding.

5 October 2010

In a freakish yet more-than-welcome "dramatic reversal" (their own words!), the Heritage Foundation's Nicolas Loris blogged last Thursday about the importance of climate change, as outlined in a recent Royal Society summary on the topic.  Read for yourself (note, I truncated some things here and did some selective editing there, but please don't think I'm taking things out of context):

23 September 2010

In response to the American Petroleum Institute's "Energy Tomorrow" advertisements, which push the familiar threats of lost jobs and a dead economy if the government ups accountability measures on Big Oil, NRDC has released their own advertisement in response.

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