REPORT: Energy Policy Roadmap

REPORT: Energy Policy Roadmap

December 14, 2022

As a newly elected Congress prepares to take power in January, it is essential that it prioritizes unleashing American energy production and reducing energy costs. It’s now time to stop Biden’s “America Last” energy agenda and get the country’s energy policy back on track.

Since coming to office in 2021, the Biden administration has unleashed a war on American energy. They’ve blocked projects, slowed permits, and implemented punishing regulations. The results have been catastrophic for America’s families, workers, and economy. The next Congress has the opportunity to undo some of that damage.

In this new report, Power the Future compiled an “Energy Policy Roadmap for 2023,” a roadmap that includes a top ten list of policies that, if enacted, can help reverse the destruction caused by Biden’s anti-energy Green New Deal. The list covers the entire energy supply chain, from production (upstream) to pipelines (midstream) to refineries (downstream)—and is designed to create and protect jobs, lower energy prices for consumers, strengthen energy security, and return energy independence to the United States. The specific policy recommendations include:

  • Repealing Joe Biden’s Natural Gas Tax
  • Ending Biden’s Oil and Gas Leasing Moratorium/Return Power to States
  • Approving the Keystone XL Pipeline
  • Blocking Biden’s ESG Regulations
  • Repealing the California Waiver
  • Ending Activist-led “Sue and Settle” and “Citizen Lawsuits”
  • Banning Use of the “Social Cost of Greenhouse Gases”
  • Issuing Automatic Approvals for LNG Export Terminals
  • Overturning Massachusetts v. EPA
  • Stopping Biden’s War on Coal

If the new Congress follows this energy roadmap, our nation will be stronger, safer, and more prosperous for generations to come.