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EEIA Briefs House Staffers on Benefits of Crude Exports

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EEIA's Toby Mack joined a panel of industry and research experts to brief House of Representatives staffers on the powerful job creation and economic output potential in the supply chain if the crude oil export ban were lifted. The briefing was sponsored by the House Small Business Committee. Also on the panel were Charles Ebinger of the Brookings Institution, Marianne Kah, Chief Economics of ConocoPhillips, and Jay Hauck of the CRUDE Coaliton.

As a result of the briefing, the full House Small Business Committee will hold a hearing on the impact of lifting the ban on small business on June 17. EEIA member Dale Leppo, Chairman of Leppo Inc. of Talmadge Ohio will testify for EEIA.

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