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For those who will continue with the mission, I leave the Department in your committed and capable hands. There are none better than you.
For those of you who are also leaving the Department, thank you for a job well done. I wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.
It has been an honor of a lifetime to serve as @ENERGY’s 15th Secretary. I am so proud of what we have accomplished over the last year.
In response to Executive Order 13953, DOE announces its crosscutting strategy for addressing critical minerals and materials supported by three key pillars: diversifying supply, developing substitutes, and improving reuse and recycling. Read about it here https://t.co/U0rhSepUbF
RT @DoeIntlAffairs: .@SecBrouillette is proud to announce that @Energy requested the U.S. become an Observer in the East Med Gas Forum AND…
Working alongside the incredible men and women at our 17 National Labs who are leading America into a safe and prosperous future is an honor. To learn more about their broad and diverse portfolio driving discovery and innovation click here https://t.co/5A4ESVXIL2.
Martin Luther King, Jr. shared the vision of the “beloved community,” a fellowship of human beings, bound together by a love for one another that is unconditional. Let us engage one another to achieve that vision – today, tomorrow, and always. #MLKDay
RT @ENERGY: Who could have imagined just four years ago that the U.S. would be exporting enough liquefied natural gas to meet approximately…
Together, we reaffirmed support for a solution-driven dialogue focused on making tangible gains and developing #ProjectsofCommonInterest in the #MiddleEast and #Africa.
Interconnections, R&D collaboration, and shared investment priorities can increase #Peace & #Prosperity across the Region. #AbrahamAccords
I proudly joined my fellow Ministers from #Bahrain, #Egypt, #Israel, #Morocco, #Sudan, & #UAE for a truly historic @Energy dialogue for the Middle East and North Africa.
RT @USAmbPoland: Priority #4 - supporting Poland in diversifying energy sources and strengthening energy security. In the last 2 years, we…
RT @DepSecMenezes: As countries around the world set goals and work to reduce emissions, America’s reductions have outpaced all others, wit…
At the Department of Energy, my leadership team and I have been and will remain committed to providing the support and resources needed to ensure a smooth transition within the Department.
Now more than ever we must work to heal that which divides us. I was pleased President @realDonaldTrump stated that he would support an orderly, peaceful transition of power to President-elect Biden.
Indeed, we are fortunate that order was restored by the brave men and women of our law enforcement and are grateful for their constant willingness to protect and defend this country and its citizens.
No American should excuse wanton disregard for one of our Nation's most sacred institutions, the living embodiment of our Constitutional Republic.
First, as leaders, we must recognize that we all have a duty to be civil in our discourse and measured in our tone. And second, politically-motivated violence, regardless of ideology or cause, must always be condemned in the strongest possible terms.
Yesterday we witnessed a tragic event in our Nation's Capitol. As we reflect on this moment, two things must be clear.
Honored to join the VP for what is to be another successful meeting of the National Space Council. I am incredibly proud of the groundbreaking work @ENERGY has contributed to helping America achieve superiority in space. https://t.co/F2q7TedJ3K
The Great American Comeback continued in Q3 under the leadership of President @realDonaldTrump with the largest one quarter growth on record! The economy is roaring back thanks to the fiscal policies of this Administration. https://t.co/UH9yRm8V5b
The Chamber report estimates how many jobs would be lost by 2025 for some energy-producing states: OH: 700,000; PA: 609,000; CO: 468,000; TX: 3.157 million; NM: 142,000; WI: 300,000; MI: 516,000.