Obama Likely To Target Natural Gas, Climate Change in State of Union

"WASHINGTON — From climate change to natural gas, energy issues have figured prominently in all of President Barack Obama’s annual State of the Union addresses. Expect the same on Tuesday night, when Obama goes before a joint session of Congress and a nationally televised audience to deliver his assessment of the United States’ health and pitch his policy priorities for the nation."

"It’s still unclear just how far Obama will go this year, as oil and gas companies clamor to export more fossil fuels and environmentalists warn the president that his 'all-of-the-above' energy policy undermines his work combating climate change."

Jennifer A. Dlouhy reports for FuelFix January 27, 2014.

SEE ALSO:

"Obama Speech To Highlight Congressional Inaction" (E&E Daily)

"Anti-Keystone XL Pipeline TV Ad To Air During Obama State of the Union Speech" (Vancouver Observer)

"State of the Union Preview: Energy and the Environment" (US News & World Report)

"State of the Union: Has Obama Kept His Promises on Energy and the Environment?" (US News & World Report)

"Obama’s 7 State of the Union Talking Points. No. 2: Saving the Planet" (Washington Post)

"OVERNIGHT ENERGY: State of the Union edition" (E2 Wire/The Hill)

Source: FuelFix, 01/28/2014