Warns a repeal of the ban would incentivize oil companies to drill on “treasured landscapes.”
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House Democrats are pushing for a hearing on the U.S. crude oil export ban amid mounting calls from lawmakers to do away with the decades-old policy.

“If removing the crude oil export ban does provide additional incentives for oil companies to drill on our public lands, then sportsmen, recreationists, and communities throughout the American West will be faced with increasing impacts from the oil and gas industry, without the certainty that at least the oil extracted from underneath their feet, from underneath the public’s land, will get used here at home,” the letter states.