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  • "While President Obama has been anxious to take credit for increased oil and gas production, the only areas he is responsible for is on federal lands — the only areas where oil and gas production is actually decreasing," said Rep. Ed Whitfield, Kentucky Republican and chairman of the House's energy and power subcommittee.

    Oil production lags on federal lands →

  • Rep. Ed Whitfield, Kentucky Republican, says President Obama should not claim credit for increased oil and natural gas production in the U.S. because production has slipped on federal lands, particularly offshore.

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