The Energy Producing States Coalition (EPSC) formed in March 2011 by legislators from states which produce the energy that powers our nation’s economy. EPSC currently consists of legislators from Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming, working together to develop positions and areas of common interest on policies and issues that affect domestic energy production and transmission.
EPSC has identified many issues and areas of concern which impact all energy producing states. We are currently developing strategies to effectively address common concerns to:
To implement changes which allows our nation to achieve true energy security and allow for the greatest benefit to our nation’s economy, all states which produce must have the opportunity to develop policies and strategies which benefit energy production and then advocate for the adoption of those policies and strategies. That is why your support is so critical to the success of the mission of EPSC.
EPSC seeks to promote safe and responsible domestic energy development. To achieve that goal, EPSC has adopted the following Mission Statement:
EPSC membership is open to any state legislator from a state which produces more energy than it consumes and who supports the Mission Statement of the EPSC. Currently, being a member is neither time consuming or expensive. Member states do not pay dues to EPSC and the coalition is staffed by a relationship between EPSC and the Consumer Energy Alliance. Member states only pay for travel and salary of legislators as well as meeting expenses.
The only requirement for membership is to sign and return the attached Membership Application and join our coalition. Return Membership Applications to Leadership@EnergyStates.org or fax it to 866-273-8998.
If you have any questions about EPSC, please contact Bo Ollison at the Consumer Energy Alliance. EPSC is posed to play a critical role in formulating national energy policy and responding to threats to responsible domestic energy production. We appreciate your willingness to join EPSC.