Landrieu, Republican Senator Secure Commitment to Keep Constructing MOX Facility
This project sustains thousands of jobs across the country and remains the only way to safely dispose of our weapons grade plutonium stockpile. It is not only critical to our economy, but also to our national security.
Landrieu to Push Vote on Keystone
I will press hard for a vote in the coming weeks to build this pipeline.
Landrieu Blasts Administration for Yet Another Keystone Delay
I plan to use my power as chair of the Senate Energy Committee to take the decisive action to get this pipeline permit approved.
Landrieu Highlights Need to Ensure Security and Reliability of Nation’s Electric Grids
A power outage of even a few minutes can be a terrible inconvenience, it can be a costly occurrence, or it could be a real threat to public health, particularly when temperatures are very high or very low, or in the aftermath of storms, disasters, hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, mudslides, fires.
Landrieu Reacts to Proposed GOMESA Rule
We need to build upon GOMESA and pass the FAIR Act to accelerate the payments, lift the arbitrary cap and provide all coastal states the same fair deal that interior states have for the energy they produce. I will not stop fighting until Louisiana gets its fair share of revenue, and this injustice ends.
Energy Committee Approves Two Interior Department Nominees
By a vote of 12-10, the committee voted in favor of Rhea Suh to be Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks. The committee also voted in favor of Janice M. Schneider, to be an Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Land and Minerals Management by a vote of 18-4.
Landrieu: Natural Gas Exports Will Create Thousands of High-Paying Jobs, Support U.S. Allies
Thanks to extraordinary and swift advances in technology to locate, capture and produce natural gas, today this committee will discuss the expanded opportunities to export LNG, the possibilities to create high-paying jobs in America and support our allies in Europe and budding democracies across the world.
Landrieu Statement on Jordan Cove Natural Gas Permit Approval
A quick and efficient approval process to responsibly export natural gas from our shores will also reduce the stronghold that countries, like Russia, currently exercise over their neighbors.
Landrieu Announces Energy Committee Team
Craddock, originally from Delhi, La., joined Sen. Landrieu’s team in 2006 and currently serves as Legislative Director and Counsel, focusing mainly on energy issues. With her appointment to this position, Craddock becomes the first woman to lead the majority staff of ENR.