Energy groups target Biden administration over unwillingness to expand domestic oil production

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Two American energy groups are targeting the Biden administration over its dismissal of domestic oil and gas production, one with a five figure ad purchase and another whose president will offer testimony before a Senate committee next week.

The American Energy Alliance launched a five figure ad campaign against President Biden and his administration for “sending mixed signals” when it comes to energy production in America.

The ad – titled “Which is it?” – features remarks from Biden, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, and U.S. special presidential envoy for climate John Kerry when they dismissed oil production in the United States and compares those statements to more recent remarks they have made regarding the importance of increasing oil supply.

“So which is it,” the advertisement questions. “We need clear support for domestic energy production.”

The ad will be televised in Washington, D.C., and 12 states – Arizona, California, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington – as Americans continue to feel the pain at the pump.

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