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Oil execs agree to testify before House lawmakers about rising gas prices, but key players left out
Canary CEO on challenges for oil industry amid current economic climate
Dan Eberhart, the CEO of drilling services company Canary, says oil producers want to drill more in Texas and North Dakota to increase production, but the Biden administration’s policies have been ‘quite a headwind.’
Executives from some of the country’s largest oil companies have agreed to testify before House lawmakers next week about record-high gas prices.
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce said on Tuesday executives from BP America, Chevron, Devon Energy Corp., ExxonMobil Corp., Pioneer Natural Resources Co., and Shell USA, will participate in the House hearing.