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Ben Geman

Energy and Environment Correspondent

bgeman@nationaljournal.com

Ben Geman is a National Journal Energy and Environment Correspondent, and has nearly a decade of experience on the beat.

Before joining National Journal he spent four years as an energy correspondent for The Hill, where he helped launch the paper's energy blog.

From 2004-2009, Ben was a reporter for Environment & Energy Publishing, writing for Greenwire and other E&E newsletters.

Ben also worked at the newsletter Inside EPA, and before moving to Washington, D.C. in 2002 he wrote for several Boston-area newspapers, including the Boston Phoenix.

Latest From Ben Geman

At the Super Bowl of Energy, the Big Game Is on the Sidelines

The world's most powerful energy executives—and many government officials—spend a lot of time behind closed doors.

Cracking Hillary Clinton’s Energy Code

Clinton has offered few hints of her campaign agenda, and top oil company execs don't know what to make of it.

Congress Might Get Back Into the Energy Business

Murkowski tells the oil industry about plans to move energy legislation, pointing to recent bipartisan successes

Mitch McConnell's 2016 Juggling Act

The Senate's unruly enough. Now add the presidential aspirations of Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio.

Why Obama's Former Offshore Drilling Cop is Still Worried

Michael Bromwich, who overhauled regulation after the BP spill, says risks are much lower but real threats remain.

After Gyrocopter Stunt, Lawmakers Want Answers

"This cannot happen again," key members warn.

Bob Corker's Old-School Power Move

The chairman's slow and steady style paves the way for Congress's biggest assertion of foreign policy sway in years.

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