Gerard has revolutionized the energy policy scene

04/8/2012 | Washington Post, The

Jack Gerard has restructured the energy policy scene since he became president and CEO of the American Petroleum Institute in 2008, using extensive ad campaigns to promote the oil and natural gas industry's standards and its role in job creation, observers say. Gerard has been allocating millions in API's budget for such efforts, and he believes his strategy is working. He noted Democratic support for TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline and cited several surveys in favor of further oil and gas development.

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