E&E reporters look at latest congressional push on energy policy
With the midterm elections quickly approaching, voters are increasingly concerned with the high cost of gasoline. Will the current energy crisis give Democrats control of the House or Senate? Or will a strong legislative push on energy issues help Republicans stay in command? During today's OnPoint, E&E reporters weigh in on the political ramifications of high energy prices. Plus, they discuss the outlook for energy measures that would allow more offshore natural gas drilling, open the door to ethanol imports and update fuel economy regulations.