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Fracking could play a role in helping Republicans take back the White House.

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The shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico have unexpectedly become a hotbed of activity again.

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Making pledges is the easy part. Will the president have the tools he needs to carry out his promises? 

Will Obama Veto the Keystone XL pipeline?

A Republican-controlled Senate is sure to pass legislation approving the project next year. 

What Would a GOP Senate Mean for Energy Policy?

A Republican majority in the upper chamber could result in the passage of a wave of energy policy. 

Do Falling Oil Prices Change the Math on Keystone?

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