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Momentum to End Crude Export Ban Couldn’t Come at a Better Time

HOUSTON, September 18, 2015 – The House Energy and Commerce Committee today favorably marked up H.R. 702, which calls for eliminating the United States’ 40-year ban on crude oil exports, the Energy Equipment and Infrastructure Alliance (EEIA) announced. “We’re getting closer,” said EE
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Iran’s Nuclear Deal Raises Tough Questions about Opening Up US Energy Exports

Despite vigorous bipartisan opposition and acknowledgment even from supporters that the deal is dangerously flawed, Iran will gets it nuclear accord.  The White House has not only secured enough support to sustain the President’s veto of Republican-backed legislation trying to block t
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Canary CEO Dan Eberhart discusses China’s impact on oil prices.

Canary CEO Dan Eberhart discusses China’s impact on oil prices.
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Is There A Bright Side To Falling Oil Prices?

GRAND FORKS, N.D., July 30, 2015 — Falling oil prices may have caused a slowdown of activity in and around North Dakota’s resource-rich Bakken shale play – but there are surprising benefits from the downturn, according to Dan Eberhart, CEO of Canary, LLC, one of the larges
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Canary CEO: Rig Count Stabilizing Signals US Shale Recovery

HOUSTON – Dan K. Eberhart, the CEO of Canary, LLC, the largest privately held oilfield services company in the US, has announced a US shale energy recovery and a turning point in shale’s role to help stabilize world oil prices. “Energy economic indicators are positive,R
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Canary CEO: Let’s Move Ahead with Natural Gas Exports!

On the last day of December 2013, former U.S. Department of Labor chief economist Diana Furchgott-Roth outlined 10 economic opportunities the nation had missed during the previous year. For example, by not tapering quantitative easing, pursuing reasonable pension reform or approving t
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Energy dominoes. Or how the Marcellus can help beat OPEC at its own game.

On Tuesday, March 17, Dan Eberhart delivered a keynote address to the Economic Club of Pittsburgh’s weekly luncheon where he spoke to the outlook of the energy market and its impact on the local economy and community. Eberhart is the CEO of Canary, LLC, the largest independently owned
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Canary CEO Attends Senate Hearing on Lifting the Crude Oil Export Ban

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Dan Eberhart, Canary CEO, attended the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing this morning. The Senate hearing invited witnesses to give testimony regarding the U.S. crude oil export policy, which followed the hearing held in December 2014 by the Hous
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Canary CEO: Fisher Not the First to Proclaim OPEC Engineered Oil Crisis

(DENVER, C0) — Richard Fisher, president of the Dallas Federal Reserve, didn’t mince words Feb. 11 when he said that OPEC “engineered” the drop in oil prices to put U.S. oil producers out of business. But Fisher is not the only one to call out OPEC for taking aim at
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