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serves as the Ranking Member on the Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee. Follow us for updates from Democratic staff.
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Senator Joe Manchin 20h
I secured significant funding for in the FY20 Energy and Water and Defense appropriations bills that were reported out of this week, including $10 million for broadband. MORE:
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 15
has allowed us to visit & explore our nation’s treasured by funding land acquisition & conservation programs. That’s why Congress must pass ’s bill to permanently so that we can continue to explore our nation’s great lands.
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 14
300 million years ago there was a sea in place of that evaporated revealing its famous arches. Fun Fact: For the 2002 Winter Olympics, the torch relay passed the Delicate Arch
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Senator Joe Manchin Sep 12
Replying to @NETL_DOE @ARCgov
In this year's Energy & Water Appropriations bill I secured funding & support for some of WV's top priorities, incl. broadband, a natural gas storage hub, , Carbon Capture & . This funding helps West Virginians & ensures continues to lead in .
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Sen. Lisa Murkowski Sep 11
Alongside my colleagues , and met with Greenland’s Foreign Minister and her delegation to discuss issues and establishing a United States consulate office in Nuuk.
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 9
“We support energy exports, we do not support it at the expense of our national and economic security." - &
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 11
WATCH LIVE: Subcommittee on Energy Legislative Hearing
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 10
Tomorrow the Energy Subcommittee and Ranking Member will hold their 2nd hearing of the Congress. We will receive testimony on 9 bills, including 4 is cosponsoring.
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 9
“We support energy exports, we do not support it at the expense of our national and economic security." - &
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LWCF Coalition Sep 9
Last week we celebrated LWCF's 55th anniversary and the amazing public lands it has protected. Now this week we need Congress to !
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 9
As Congress gets back to work today, let's take another look back at 's first 6 months as Ranking Member & a preview of what he's working towards next!
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 8
ICYMI: This week & wrote a letter to the CEO of American Ethane, John Houghtaling II, questioning Russian Oligarchs' Involvement & Chinese Investments in the American company. Read More:
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Senator Joe Manchin Sep 7
: announced $1.8M in funding for WV. LWCF funds have expanded access to some of our state's treasured . This add'l funding will continue conservation efforts & support the outdoor recreation economy in the Mountain State.
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 7
. may now have over 1 million visitors a year, but humans have lived on the land for 12,000 years. Many pre-historic artifacts, including spearpoints, can be viewed at the forest’s historical museum. .
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 6
The Senators are requesting details on how AE will ensure decisions are made in the national interest even though 3 Russian individuals have a 88% stake in the company & to submit the contracts for review by the CFIUS & . More:
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 6
A strong domestic supply of feedstock fuels & oversight of exports are imperative to national & economic security. That's why & pressed American Ethane CEO, John Houghtaling II, on massive contracts between AE & several Chinese companies.
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 5
To ensure funds continue to have positive conservation & economic impacts in West Virginia & across the country, we need to pass 's bill to permanently .
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 5
Massive feedstock fuel exports to countries that don't share our values are irresponsible. That's why Ranking Member & wrote a letter to American Ethane calling for a review of the US energy company's plans to export ethane to China.
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 4
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SenateEnergyDems Sep 4
. has also voiced concerns about growing ethane exports to China: "Now is the time for us to think hard about how further increasing exports of this critical feedstock for American jobs and manufacturers is done."
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