President Barack Obama has been a supporter of the oil industry, but he has also been a big booster of the private sector, too.
In the last year, he’s signed more than a dozen bills designed to promote oil and natural gas drilling, and the oil companies have received $13.8 billion in subsidies.
The Obama administration has also sought to push the fracking boom, and its policies have helped fuel a boom in the oil drilling industry, with the oil-drilling industry now generating more revenue than the entire economy.
In April, the administration approved a rule to increase production of oil shale and oil sands by 25% per year through 2023.
The rule was a significant blow to the oil shale industry, which had been pushing to boost production by a factor of two per year over the past decade.
The administration said it would increase the amount of oil that would be produced each year from 1.1 billion barrels to 1.5 billion barrels, and that this would be paid for by the increased tax revenue that would come from the increased drilling.
The increase in oil production has boosted revenues for the oil, gas, and coal companies.
The oil industry has also benefited from tax breaks and other benefits for companies like General Electric, which in 2014 paid $1.3 billion in tax breaks to drill for oil.
The tax breaks were meant to incentivize drilling in the US.
But the tax breaks have also given companies incentives to invest in other parts of the economy, like manufacturing, that would boost economic growth.
These incentives are particularly strong in oil-producing states like Texas and North Dakota, where oil drilling has become a dominant force.
The Koch brothers have donated millions of dollars to political candidates, including Republicans and Democrats, and they have been among the biggest supporters of Republican presidential candidates like former Massachusetts Gov.
Mitt Romney, who has been vocal about his support for fracking.
In 2016, the Kochs gave $50,000 to Romney’s presidential campaign, a contribution that raised the question of whether the Koch money might influence his support of President-elect Donald Trump.
But that’s not how it has played out, according to data collected by the Center for Responsive Politics.
The energy and mining industry is a powerful and diverse sector that includes companies like Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Shell, and BP.
According to the Center’s analysis, the oil production industry generated $3.5 trillion in 2016, with oil extraction accounting for more than half of that amount.
The industry also makes up nearly a quarter of the value of all goods and services produced in the United States, according the Center.
In 2015, the energy and oil industry was worth $1 trillion, which is about 3.7% of the entire US economy.
The coal and natural resources industries are worth about 1.3% of all the value created in the economy.
It’s possible that some of these industries would be stronger without government subsidies, but there’s no question that the Koch Industries and other oil and mining companies have benefitted from tax cuts that are mostly intended to benefit the rich.
Oil is one of the largest sources of revenue for federal agencies, which can use these tax breaks for many purposes.
The federal government receives roughly $6 billion a year in oil tax breaks, and it can use those funds to support infrastructure projects that improve energy efficiency, boost energy production, improve access to water and other public services, and expand health care for Americans.
In 2018, the Interior Department requested a $10 billion increase in the amount that the Department of Energy can use the oil tax break to support energy-related projects, and this proposal was approved.
But this tax break is designed to boost the industry, not to help the poor.
The Interior Department’s budget is already at $20 billion a decade low, and $6.7 billion of that money is already earmarked for energy.
The Department of Defense has requested $1 billion more in tax credits for its energy research, but these are mostly for research that is currently under way.
The Energy Department’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy has requested more than $8 billion for energy efficiency research, and more than 5,000 people have received grants that are earmarked to work on improving energy efficiency.
Energy efficiency research has helped save billions of dollars for Americans, but it’s not helping the poor, and in fact, it’s hurting them.
Oil and gas is the second-most valuable commodity in the world, and one of its major uses is to fuel the combustion engines of cars and trucks.
But because of oil prices, many oil companies, including Exxon Mobil and Chevron, have been forced to make massive layoffs, as they have tried to turn around their fortunes.
As a result, the cost of producing oil is now higher than the cost it would cost to produce the same amount of gasoline.
This has led to more people using