Republican Roundtable on the Energy Crisis
2167 Rayburn House Office Building
This Roundtable on the Energy Crisis is being held by the Republican Members of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, and Members will hear from key energy stakeholders on what they see as the major challenges affecting their industry and their ability to safely and efficiently move American energy.
“Since the very first days of this Administration, the President and the Majority have ignored the reality of America’s energy needs, pushing their policies to slow or block domestic energy production, safe and efficient energy transportation, and timely infrastructure project approvals,” said Ranking Member Sam Graves. “Once the harsh reality and impacts of their decisions hit, they started blaming everyone else for the results. Now that the costs to fill up our gas tanks and heat our homes are soaring, Americans aren’t looking for finger pointing – they’re looking for real solutions, and Republicans are committed to helping find them. Committee Republicans look forward to hearing from energy sector stakeholders about the challenges and obstacles they face in safely moving energy throughout the country and helping restore America’s energy independence.”
Note for media: reporters are welcome to attend in person. Please RSVP to Justin.Harclerode@mail.house.gov if you wish to attend.