H.R.3408 - PIONEERS Act
To set clear rules for the development of United States oil shale resources, to promote shale technology research and development, and for other purposes. view all titles (13)
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- Official: To set clear rules for the development of United States oil shale resources, to promote shale technology research and development, and for other purposes. as introduced.
- Short: PIONEERS Act as introduced.
- Short: Protecting Investment in Oil Shale the Next Generation of Environmental, Energy, and Resource Security Act as introduced.
- Short: PIONEERS Act as reported to house.
- Short: Protecting Investment in Oil Shale the Next Generation of Environmental, Energy, and Resource Security Act as reported to house.
- Short: Alaskan Energy for American Jobs Act as passed house.
- Short: Cutting Federal Red Tape to Facilitate Renewable Energy Act as passed house.
- Short: Energy Security and Transportation Jobs Act as passed house.
- Short: Exploring for Geothermal Energy on Federal Lands Act as passed house.
- Short: North American Energy Access Act as passed house.
- Short: PIONEERS Act as passed house.
- Short: Protecting Investment in Oil Shale the Next Generation of Environmental, Energy, and Resource Security Act as passed house.
- Short: Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunities, and Revived Economies of the Gulf Coast States Act of 2012 as passed house.
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Interests that support this bill:
- Farm bureaus Farm bureaus (close)
- Public works, industrial & commercial construction Public works, industrial & commercial construction (close)
- Oil & Gas Oil & Gas (close)
- Independent oil & gas producers Independent oil & gas producers (close)
- Gasoline service stations Gasoline service stations (close)
- Express delivery services Express delivery services (close)
- Trucking companies & services Trucking companies & services (close)
- Sea transport Sea transport (close)
- Pro-business associations Pro-business associations (close)
- Chambers of commerce Chambers of commerce (close)
- Chemicals Chemicals (close)
- Building trades unions Building trades unions (close)
- Elderly issues/Social Security Elderly issues/Social Security (close)
Top recipients for ALL supporting interest groups
|Name||Amount Received||Vote On Passage|
|Rep. Steny H. Hoyer [D, MD-5]||$129,500||Nay|
|Rep. James E. Clyburn [D, SC-6]||$122,400||Nay|
|Rep. Stevan Pearce [R, NM-2]||$108,706||Aye|
|Rep. Nancy Pelosi [D, CA-12]||$97,000||Nay|
|Rep. Eric Cantor [R, VA-7]||$88,200||Aye|
|Rep. Vern Buchanan [R, FL-16]||$84,989||Nay|
|Rep. Judy Chu [D, CA-27]||$83,650||Nay|
|Rep. John Garamendi [D, CA-3]||$81,300||Nay|
|Rep. Colleen W. Hanabusa [D, HI-1]||$81,200||Nay|
|Rep. Dina Titus [D, NV-1]||$81,050|
|Sen. Rob Portman [R, OH]||$184,558|
|Sen. Roy Blunt [R, MO]||$177,800|
|Sen. David Vitter [R, LA]||$160,450|
|Sen. Harry Reid [D, NV]||$155,850|
|Sen. Lisa Murkowski [R, AK]||$147,650|
|Sen. John Cornyn [R, TX]||$117,500|
|Sen. John Hoeven [R, ND]||$109,578|
|Sen. Richard Burr [R, NC]||$104,000|
|Sen. Jeff Merkley [D, OR]||$104,000|
|Sen. Patty Murray [D, WA]||$100,725|
Specific Organizations Supporting H.R.3408
- U. S. Chamber of Commerce
- Consumer Energy Alliance
- Uintah Resources
- 60 Plus Association
- American Farm Bureau Federation
- American Petroleum Institute
- American Truckers Association
- Associated General Contractors of America
- Independent Petroleum Association of America
- Laborers' International Union of North America
- National Industrial Sand Association
- Offshore Marine Services Association
- Petroleum Marketers Association of America
- Shallow Water Energy Security Coalition
- United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America
- Western Business Roundtable
- National Construction Alliance II
- American Chemistry Council
- American Highway Users Alliance
Interests that oppose this bill:
- Animal Rights Animal Rights (close)
- Public official (elected or appointed) Public official (elected or appointed) (close)
- Churches, clergy & religious organizations Churches, clergy & religious organizations (close)
Top recipients for ALL opposing interest groups
|Name||Amount Received||Vote On Passage|
|Rep. Gary C. Peters [D, MI-14]||$8,900||Nay|
|Rep. Joe Wilson [R, SC-2]||$7,800||Aye|
|Rep. Reid J. Ribble [R, WI-8]||$7,800||Aye|
|Rep. Robert B. Aderholt [R, AL-4]||$5,494||Aye|
|Rep. Corrine Brown [D, FL-5]||$4,900||Nay|
|Rep. Earl Blumenauer [D, OR-3]||$4,000||Nay|
|Rep. James Lankford [R, OK-5]||$3,800||Aye|
|Rep. Mike Pompeo [R, KS-4]||$3,400||Aye|
|Rep. Ed Whitfield [R, KY-1]||$3,250||Aye|
|Rep. Gregg Harper [R, MS-3]||$3,150||Aye|
|Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand [D, NY]||$10,550|
|Sen. Harry Reid [D, NV]||$10,200|
|Sen. Charles E. Schumer [D, NY]||$8,300|
|Sen. Richard Blumenthal [D, CT]||$8,250|
|Sen. Michael F. Bennet [D, CO]||$6,650|
|Sen. Patrick J. Toomey [R, PA]||$6,550|
|Sen. Marco Rubio [R, FL]||$6,050|
|Sen. David Vitter [R, LA]||$5,200|
|Sen. Richard C. Shelby [R, AL]||$4,800|
|Sen. Barbara Boxer [D, CA]||$4,380|
Specific Organizations Opposing H.R.3408
- US Department of the Interior
- Office of Management and Budget
- National Wildlife Federation
- Episcopal Public Policy Network
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