Execs’ Open Letter to 2020 Candidates Promotes Oil & Natural Gas

Execs’ Open Letter to 2020 Candidates Promotes Oil & Natural Gas

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In an open letter to 2020 Democratic presidential candidates printed in today’s New York Times, 54 executives from the western oil and natural gas industry forcefully pushed back against months of claims that they are corrupt criminals who should be jailed. The full-page advertisement placed by Western Energy Alliance, an oil and…

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