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          WSU president Bardo dies after lengthy illness      Cache   Translate Page      
John Bardo, who returned to Wichita in 2012 and altered the mission of Wichita State University as president by extending its role in the community and partnering with business, died Tuesday at the age of 70. Bardo was hospitalized in November for a lung condition and underwent multiple surgeries in the months since. He died while at Wesley Medical Center. Harvey Sorensen, a Wichita attorney who became friends with Bardo, visited Bardo's bedside Monday night. He thinks Bardo's legacy will be the…
          Daily Debate results: Which UFC Wichita fighter had biggest breakout?      Cache   Translate Page      
UFC on ESPN+ 4 might not have been the biggest event of the year, but it certainly didn’t lack in stellar performances.
          Wichita Falls Man Bailed Out of Jail With Parent's Recent Lottery Winnings      Cache   Translate Page      
Well looks like the mystery is over as to who won that recent lottery jackpot and we know what they spent some of the money on. Continue reading…
          Winning Lotto Texas Ticket Worth $15.25 Million Sold in Wichita Falls      Cache   Translate Page      
Someone scored big in last night’s Lotto Texas drawing with a ticket bought right here in Wichita Falls! Continue reading…
          Wichita Falls Resident Claims $2 Million Powerball Prize      Cache   Translate Page      
The person who scored two million big ones during the Powerball drawing on March 17 has claimed their winnings. Continue reading…
          Wichita Falls Has A New Millionaire Thanks to Powerball Drawing      Cache   Translate Page      
It was a big jackpot on Saturday and someone walked away with a lot of dough. Continue reading…
          Wichita Falls' $1 Million Powerball Winner Has Claimed His Prize      Cache   Translate Page      
You can stop checking your old tickets. The $1 Million Powerball winner from Wichita Falls has been announced Continue reading…
          Tournament odds AAC Temple South Florida good value bets      Cache   Translate Page      

The 2019 American Athletic Conference men’s basketball tournament kicks off on Thursday with four games. Houston is easily the favorite to capture the crown in Memphis as it looks like one of the top teams in the country. The Cougars are currently rank 11th in the Top 25 AP poll and ESPN’s Joe Lunardi projects them as a 3 seed in the Big Dance. Like with all top tier teams in the nation, however, the conference tournament is often viewed as a glorified warm-up for the real deal. That opens the door for hungrier teams, who desperately need conference tournament wins to make the field of 68, to take down the big dogs.

Temple is actually a decent bet in this tournament at 10-1 given that they have a first round bye. Memphis, which has higher odds at 6-1, actually has to play on Thursday unlike the Owls – who will start up on Friday night.

The Owls need to at least win on Friday night to shore up a spot in the big tournament as Lunardi currently has them as one of the last four bye teams in the Big Dance and as an 11-seed.

In the ACC tourney, Temple will get the winner of Wichita State and ECU in the quarterfinals. The Owls won at Wichita State in overtime back on Jan. 6 and took down East Carolina on the road on Jan. 16.

Temple is also one of two teams this season to have beaten Houston as Quinton Rose pumped in 22 points in a 73-69 home victory back on Jan. 9.

Here are the AAC tournament odds.

AAC

Houston 7/5

Cincinnati 5/2

UCF: 4-1

Memphis 6-1

Temple: 10-1

Wichita State: 25-1

South Florida: 50-1

SMU: 50-1

Tulsa: 60-1

UConn: 60-1

East Carolina: 200-1

Tulane: 300-1


          Mar 27: El Sueño Americano / The American Dream      Cache   Translate Page      

The Library Gallery presents El Sueño Americano / The American Dream, an exhibition of works by Arizona-based artist Tom Kiefer featuring 59 photographs of everyday objects carried by migrants across the United States border with Mexico that were subsequently confiscated or forfeited at a Customs and Border Control facility in southern Arizona. Considered non-essential and thus discarded, these personal belongings — from gloves to rosaries and wallets to water bottles — were valued by their owners for their utilitarian, personal, or sentimental value. In Kiefer’s graphically striking photographs, these personal items serve as traces of individual human stories. “My intent,” says the artist, “is to explore the humanity of the migrants who risk their lives crossing through the desert and to create a personal connection for the viewer to a migrant and their hope for a better life.”

Born in Wichita, Kansas, fine art photographer Tom Kiefer was raised primarily in the Seattle area and worked in Los Angeles as a graphic designer. Kiefer moved to Ajo, Arizona in December 2001 to fully develop and concentrate his efforts in studying and photographing the urban and rural landscape and the cultural infrastructure. In 2015, Kiefer was included in LensCulture‘s top 50 emerging photographers and Photolucida‘s top 50 Critical Mass. His ongoing photographic series El Sueño Americano (The American Dream) has been featured in news publications nationally and internationally.

Also on view: Migration Stories: Selections from the UMBC Photography Collections

Drawn from UMBC’s collections, Migration Stories features twenty photographs that address human migration from a variety of perspectives. The installation explores the role of photography in shaping the public image of this issue and in conveying individual narratives of translocation and displacement.

Both exhibitions will be on display in the Library Gallery through May 23.

The presentation of this exhibition is supported by an arts program grant from the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency funded by the State of Maryland and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support comes from the Libby Kuhn Endowment Fund, as well as individual contributions.

Image: Tom Kiefer, Trail Markers. Archival inkjet print. ©Tom Kiefer. Used with permission of the artist.


          Mar 28: El Sueño Americano / The American Dream      Cache   Translate Page      

The Library Gallery presents El Sueño Americano / The American Dream, an exhibition of works by Arizona-based artist Tom Kiefer featuring 59 photographs of everyday objects carried by migrants across the United States border with Mexico that were subsequently confiscated or forfeited at a Customs and Border Control facility in southern Arizona. Considered non-essential and thus discarded, these personal belongings — from gloves to rosaries and wallets to water bottles — were valued by their owners for their utilitarian, personal, or sentimental value. In Kiefer’s graphically striking photographs, these personal items serve as traces of individual human stories. “My intent,” says the artist, “is to explore the humanity of the migrants who risk their lives crossing through the desert and to create a personal connection for the viewer to a migrant and their hope for a better life.”

Born in Wichita, Kansas, fine art photographer Tom Kiefer was raised primarily in the Seattle area and worked in Los Angeles as a graphic designer. Kiefer moved to Ajo, Arizona in December 2001 to fully develop and concentrate his efforts in studying and photographing the urban and rural landscape and the cultural infrastructure. In 2015, Kiefer was included in LensCulture‘s top 50 emerging photographers and Photolucida‘s top 50 Critical Mass. His ongoing photographic series El Sueño Americano (The American Dream) has been featured in news publications nationally and internationally.

Also on view: Migration Stories: Selections from the UMBC Photography Collections

Drawn from UMBC’s collections, Migration Stories features twenty photographs that address human migration from a variety of perspectives. The installation explores the role of photography in shaping the public image of this issue and in conveying individual narratives of translocation and displacement.

Both exhibitions will be on display in the Library Gallery through May 23.

The presentation of this exhibition is supported by an arts program grant from the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency funded by the State of Maryland and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support comes from the Libby Kuhn Endowment Fund, as well as individual contributions.

Image: Tom Kiefer, Trail Markers. Archival inkjet print. ©Tom Kiefer. Used with permission of the artist.


          California's Wildfires Are More Than Five Times the Size of Wichita Falls      Cache   Translate Page      
An interactive map comparing the size of the three California wildfires to the size of Wichita Falls puts into perspective just how massive the blazes really are. Continue reading…
          Hirschi High School Goes on Brief Lockdown Due to Possible Gun on Campus      Cache   Translate Page      
Officials at Hirschi High School in Wichita Falls made an announcement on Facebook at 9:45 a.m Tuesday stating that the school was on lockdown because of "possible criminal activity" in the area. Continue reading…
          Sex Offenders in the Wichita Falls Area – Where Not to Trick or Treat This Halloween      Cache   Translate Page      
When taking your kids out trick-or-treating this Halloween, there are some houses that you should avoid. Continue reading…
          Wichita Falls Food Porn: 25 Photos of Mouthwatering Local Eats and Treats      Cache   Translate Page      
Many of the most mouthwatering food photos we come across online are from a faraway place that we'll likely never see, but not today. These beautiful breakfasts, sensational steaks, and titillating tacos are all available right here in Wichita Falls, Texas. Continue reading…
          EL Fenix Mexican Restaurant Abruptly Closes Down Wichita Falls Location      Cache   Translate Page      
Another Mexican restaurant has unexpectedly closed its doors for good in Wichita Falls. Continue reading…
          Texoma's Most Wanted Fugitives of the Week      Cache   Translate Page      
Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers has released the latest lineup of Texoma's most wanted fugitives as of October 12, 2018 Continue reading…
          Halloween Haunted Houses and Events in the Wichita Falls Area [2018]      Cache   Translate Page      
Halloween is right around the corner and if you're trying to find the best place in Wichita Falls to get scared, look no further. We have the return of the zombie crawl, Insane Acres, haunted tours, Halloween in the Park, and of course, plenty of haunted houses. Continue reading…
          Catholic Clergy With Ties to Texoma Included on List of Accused Sexual Abusers      Cache   Translate Page      
The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth has released a list of clergy with credible allegations of sexual abuse of minors, which includes several priests and deacons with ties to the Wichita Falls and Texoma area. Continue reading…
          Best Halloween Pumpkin Patches in Wichita Falls [2018]      Cache   Translate Page      
Halloween is right around the corner and the annual tradition is to carve those beautiful pumpkins. Here is a list of our favorite pumpkin patches in the Wichita Falls area. Continue reading…
          Texoma's Most Wanted Fugitives of the Week      Cache   Translate Page      
Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers has released the latest lineup of Texoma's most wanted fugitives as of October 5, 2018 Continue reading…
          Registered Therapist II - Health & Human Services Comm - Wichita Falls, TX      Cache   Translate Page      
Promotes and advocates principles of workforce diversity as detailed in the department's Workforce Diversity/Affirmative Action Plan in order to achieve... $3,763 - $6,149 a month
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          Part-Time Claims Investigator      Cache   Translate Page      
CoventBridge Group Location : Wichita KS US CoventBridge Group is a full-service investigation company providing:. Join CoventBridge Group as it continues its expansion into all areas of investigations,… More >> jobs by
           Excavation at the Tobias Site, 14RC8       Cache   Translate Page      
These six slides were taken during the 1977 Kansas Archeology Training Program field school at the Tobias site in Rice County. Shown are Kansas Anthropological Association volunteers excavating units and storage pits and some of the artifacts that were discovered. The Tobias site is a Late Ceramic period ancestral Wichita village that had dense artifact deposits, house remains and numerous deep trash-filled storage pits. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

          Accident On Henry S. Grace Freeway Claims One Life, Sends Child To Fort Worth Hospital      Cache   Translate Page      
The investigation continues into a fatal accident near Hatton Road yesterday afternoon.  Wichita Falls Police responded to a call at about 1:15 yesterday on Henry S. Grace Freeway, just above Hatton Road... Continue reading…
          Outside Sales Representative      Cache   Translate Page      
KS-Wichita, OUTSIDE SALES REPRESENTATIVE Mid-American Research Chemical Corporation (MARC) is a growing family owned chemical company that has been in business for 49 years. We manufacture and distribute over 400 different products to an expanding market area that includes cities, counties, schools, retail outlets, hospitals, nursing homes, commercial and industrial accounts. We are looking to hire an energet
          Outside Sales Representative      Cache   Translate Page      
KS-Wichita, OUTSIDE SALES REPRESENTATIVE Mid-American Research Chemical Corporation (MARC) is a growing family owned chemical company that has been in business for 49 years. We manufacture and distribute over 400 different products to an expanding market area that includes cities, counties, schools, retail outlets, hospitals, nursing homes, commercial and industrial accounts. We are looking to hire an energet
          How and When to View the 2017 Solar Eclipse in the Texoma Area      Cache   Translate Page      
On August 21, everyone in the Continental United States, including right here in Texoma, will be able to witness one of the most spectacular astronomical events to ever occur, a total solar eclipse. Here's what you need to know for viewing in the Wichita Falls area. Continue reading…
          Operations Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
TX-Wichita Falls, Sharp Iron Group, a contract manufacturing and services company located in Wichita Falls, TX, is searching for an Operations Manager to join the senior leadership team. 10+ years of manufacturing leadership experience is required, with an emphasis on steel fabrication, welding and machining, with a proven track record of success. An Engineering or Business degree is preferred but not required. Thi
          Midwestern State Issues Warning After Someone Was Allegedly Drugged at Local Club      Cache   Translate Page      
Midwestern State University officials have issued a warning Wednesday morning after someone posted to social media about possibly being drugged at a Wichita Falls club. Continue reading…
          Wichita Falls Lemonade Day is This Saturday; Here's Where to Find Each Lemonade Stand      Cache   Translate Page      
There are currently 50 lemonade stands across Wichita Falls, one in Iowa Park, one in Burkburnett, and one in Lakeside City. Click on the map below to for details about each lemonade stand location across the area. Continue reading…
          MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights Opens Tonight      Cache   Translate Page      
A Wichita Falls tradition that began on the front lawn of the Burns' family home enters its 43rd year on the MSU campus Continue reading…
          Severe Weather May Impact Wichita Falls Area This Afternoon; MSU Campus to Close Early      Cache   Translate Page      
Heavy thunderstorms are expected to move into North Texas and Southern Oklahoma later today and many extend into early morning Wednesday. Continue reading…
          Midwestern State University Makes List of Top 10 Best Universities in Texas      Cache   Translate Page      
New study shows that Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls has a lot to offer at a reasonable price tag. Continue reading…
          Wichita Falls Thief Arrested After Getting Tackled by Midwestern State Football Team      Cache   Translate Page      
The MSU Football team put all the tackling drills to use when when they caught and dog-piled onto a thief until WFPD could arrive on the scene. Continue reading…
          Downtown Wichita Falls Mural Project Gets Green Light      Cache   Translate Page      
The historic Zales Building in downtown Wichita Falls will get an artsy update in the near future Continue reading…
          Wichita Falls Woman Who Killed Boyfriend Avoids Jail Time With Plea Deal      Cache   Translate Page      
A 21 year-old Wichita Falls woman accepts plea deal in the 2014 shooting death of a former Midwestern State University student. Continue reading…
          Lemonade Stands to Pop Up Around Wichita Falls for 'Lemonade Day' on Saturday      Cache   Translate Page      
Lemonade Day comes to Wichita Falls this Saturday. Continue reading…
          Operations Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
TX-Wichita Falls, Sharp Iron Group, a contract manufacturing and services company located in Wichita Falls, TX, is searching for an Operations Manager to join the senior leadership team. 10+ years of manufacturing leadership experience is required, with an emphasis on steel fabrication, welding and machining, with a proven track record of success. An Engineering or Business degree is preferred but not required. Thi
          Mechanical or Electrical Engineering Co-op      Cache   Translate Page      
KS-Wichita, Through its people and brands, CNH Industrial delivers power, technology and innovation to farmers, builders and drivers all around the world. Each of its brands, including Case IH, New Holland Agriculture, Case and New Holland Construction, FPT Industrial, Capital, and Parts & Service, is a major international force in its specific sector. * Setup test and calibrate test instrumentation * Gather
          Monster Truck Meet and Greets in Wichita Falls on Friday      Cache   Translate Page      
If you want to take some photos with some monster trucks before the big show on Saturday, you need to save some time tomorrow afternoon. Continue reading…
          Wichita Falls, You Have a Serious Problem With the New LED Street Lights      Cache   Translate Page      
If you were driving around late last night or early this morning you got to check out some of the new LED lights the city is putting in. You also got to see that they don't work. Continue reading…
          Car Crashed Into a Wichita Falls Elementary School This Morning      Cache   Translate Page      
Thank goodness the school was empty when this happened. Continue reading…
          Oklahoma Woman Charged After Wichita Falls Couple Die in Wreck      Cache   Translate Page      
The incident happened back in June, but Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn has charged Leslie Michelle Elfring with manslaughter. Continue reading…
          One of the Most Scenic Drives in the Country is Not Far From Wichita Falls      Cache   Translate Page      
One of the most beautiful drives is just a short trip north of us in Wichita Falls. Continue reading…
          (Wichita) HK USP 40 or 45 - Offer      Cache   Translate Page      
Wanting to buy an HK USP 40 or 45. full size or compact
          CashLand Cash Advance Withdraw Your Cash      Cache   Translate Page      
Get urgent $ 300 cashland online Wichita, KS low apr . You can also apply instant $ 700 cashland loans online Mobile, AL within next business day . You might have probably read about pay day loans, but you aren’t positive if they are good for you. These companies offer you short-phrase loans to individuals […]
          BFTC Project Engineering Specialist - Bombardier - Wichita, KS      Cache   Translate Page      
BFTC Project Engineering Specialist-WIC04400. Act as the lead within BFTC Project Engineering for Business Unit Project Offices in regards to Project Management...
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          Co-op, Engineering Lab Tech - Bombardier - Wichita, KS      Cache   Translate Page      
Provide technical support for instrumentation electronic systems in BFTC. Provide technical support for radio frequency and electronic systems supporting...
From Bombardier - Tue, 26 Feb 2019 04:56:51 GMT - View all Wichita, KS jobs
          Man On Texas Most Wanted Sex Offender List Caught In Kansas      Cache   Translate Page      
(AP) – A 27-year-old convicted felon on the Texas 10 Most Wanted sex offender list has been captured in Kansas. The Texas Department of Public Safety on Monday announced Billy Don Urango was caught Feb. 26 in Wichita, Kansas. Investigators say Urango was wanted for parole violation and failure to register as a sex offender. Records show Urango has a 2010 conviction for aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child-sexual contact in a Grayson County incident with an 11-year-old boy.  DPS says a tipster will be paid $5,000 as a result of the arrest of Urango, […]
          As Kansas legislators slam New York abortion rights law, a colleague shares her story - Wichita Eagle      Cache   Translate Page      
As Kansas legislators slam New York abortion rights law, a colleague shares her story  Wichita Eagle

The Kansas Legislature is approving a resolution condemning a New York state law that strengthens abortion rights. Rep. Elizabeth Bishop, sharing the story of ...


          Three people dead after two-vehicle crash on Kansas highway, state trooper says - Wichita Eagle      Cache   Translate Page      
Three people dead after two-vehicle crash on Kansas highway, state trooper says  Wichita Eagle

Emergency crews were called to a triple fatal crash Tuesday morning near the north junction of U.S. 75 and U.S. 166 by Caney in Montgomery County, Trooper ...


          Recent Kansas Editorials - Raleigh News & Observer      Cache   Translate Page      
Recent Kansas Editorials  Raleigh News & Observer

The Wichita Eagle, March 7. It's time for the state of Kansas — not students — to pay more for college. When Wichita State students rejected a proposal to raise ...


          Kansas tax on groceries among highest in nation. Why that’s not changing anytime soon - Wichita Eagle      Cache   Translate Page      
Kansas tax on groceries among highest in nation. Why that’s not changing anytime soon  Wichita Eagle

Kansas would have the 3rd highest tax on food in the country instead of the 2nd highest, under a legislative proposal. Neighboring states would still have lower ...


          Royals pitcher Homer Bailey not reading too much into spring training outings - Wichita Eagle      Cache   Translate Page      
Royals pitcher Homer Bailey not reading too much into spring training outings  Wichita Eagle

With 12 seasons in the majors under his belt, Royals pitcher Homer Bailey has had plenty of spring training outings and has learned not to put too much ...


          Capitol Insider podcast: Sparks fly in Kansas debate about new fee on rooftop solar producers - The Topeka Capital-Journal      Cache   Translate Page      
Capitol Insider podcast: Sparks fly in Kansas debate about new fee on rooftop solar producers  The Topeka Capital-Journal

Wichita resident Matt Graham spent $20000 to install solar panels on his home to stabilize electric costs after retiring in a decade.In hindsight, Graham's ...


          Registered Therapist II - Health & Human Services Comm - Wichita Falls, TX      Cache   Translate Page      
Promotes and advocates principles of workforce diversity as detailed in the department's Workforce Diversity/Affirmative Action Plan in order to achieve... $3,763 - $6,149 a month
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          UFC Rankings Update: JDS Surges After TKO Over Derrick Lewis      Cache   Translate Page      

The weekly UFC rankings update has been released following last week’s UFC Wichita. As expected, there are some noticeable changes going on in the heavyweight division. Former heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos jumps up to the No. 3 spot after defeating Derrick Lewis in the main event. “The Black Beast” fell to No. 5 as […]

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          Idaho Steelheads Stumble at Home and Now Hit The Road      Cache   Translate Page      
Despite losing two of three games at home to the Wichita Thunder the Idaho Steelheads remain in first place in the ECHL's Mountain Division. Continue reading…
           ECU faces Wichita State in AAC tourney       Cache   Translate Page      
East Carolina is set to match up against Wichita State in the first round of the AAC tourney
          Secretary's Remarks: Keynote Address at CERAWeek      Cache   Translate Page      
Remarks
Michael R. Pompeo
Secretary of State
Hilton Americas-Houston Hotel
Houston, Texas
March 12, 2019


SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you, Dan. Thank you all for joining me. I see you standing in the back. It’s like church, there’s empty pews in the front if you want to come up and grab a seat. I do think – is there anyone from the Petroleum Equipment Suppliers Association here? I’m pretty sure I’m the only former member to ever serve as Secretary of State, so you should put that right on the front of your web page. I think that’s legal.

Good evening, everyone, and thanks to you all for being here. I heard CERAWeek has been just spectacular. It’s quite a crowd. I’ve seen many of you here. I’ve had the chance to get to know many of you as well. People call Washington “the swamp,” and they call Houston “the bayou.” Now, I will tell you that they’re both the same in August in a suit and a tie, but there is – there’s one really big difference. One of the two works desperately to seek rents from its citizens, and the other works desperately to create wealth for the people who live there. I will leave to you which is which, but suffice to say, I’m glad to be in Houston.

It’s great to join so many foreign dignitaries and business leaders as well that operate all around the world. I’ll certainly spend a great deal of time tonight focused on the United States and the things I’m doing as America’s most senior diplomat, but it’s wonderful to see folks from all around the world who are involved in this important endeavor. Dan, thanks for your kind remarks. I’ve read Dan’s work for an awfully long time. You all are familiar with The Prize, but your ideas have informed me more broadly than that, more than just about energy. I’ll talk about The Commanding Heights. That’s a book that was written now 20-odd years ago, which I read in hardback. I paid full price, Dan.

MR YERGIN: Thank you.

SECRETARY POMPEO: But I think it’s important for what it is that I’m doing as Secretary of State. As Dan said, I spent a fair amount of time in the oil and gas industry. I ran a small company; it was called Sentry International. We made and sold mud pumps and swivels and hook blocks and downhole equipment, and we distributed sucker rod, so I know the industry well, the whole nine yards in oil and gas. I spent a lot of time in Midland, Odessa, Longview, and all kinds of – Oklahoma and Canada. Is there anybody from Lufkin here tonight? So my partners and I swore that we would listen to the quarterly conference call for Lufkin every quarter until they mentioned Sentry as destroying their business. We were small enough it never happened, but we continued to live in hope that we could compete and grow and prosper in the way that so many of you have.

My time as Secretary of State isn’t that far from – removed from what I did running that small company headquartered in Wichita, Kansas. The reason why is something you know; it’s obvious for all of you in the audience. Because we are now in the new age of discovery that history will remember as society changing in scale, and global changing. Instead of sailing off to new lands the way it was done old-school by Columbus and Magellan, we’re making discoveries right here in the United States of America right under our feet. And you all know that here in America we have the free enterprise system to thank for this modern-day miracle. And I want to talk about why that matters. Things like horizontal drilling and fracturing, the Shale Revolution, the oil derricks that dot the landscape all throughout the Permian Basin matters. New drilling technology and greater energy output are transforming American life and lives all around the world in the same way that the changes did when Spindletop first took place back in 1901. It was a game-changer, and what this industry is doing today is game-changing as well.

I travel the world some, and when I do and meet with my foreign minister counterparts or presidents or prime ministers, they’ll ask me how did America come to do this. How did you literally blow out American energy production to go from a place of scarcity to a place of massive exports. And I tell them that they should simply look at places like Midland, Texas, people that are willing to work their tails off, often without a college education, earn six-figure salaries and they run businesses themselves that have ‘Now Hiring’ signs hanging on their front doorstep. Look at places, too, like Kaktovik, Alaska, the polar bear capital of the United States of America. Their small native community is now working diligently to tap into the resources that they have under their feet. And you see this – you see this in towns like Wichita, Kansas, all across America, that the economic struggles, the lack of jobs that took place for a decade no longer have to be. We can continue to be the engine – and the energy – and as we can continue to be the engine that succeeds in building out the United States of America.

Now, recent history should remind us all that we’re not just producing energy for Americans. It’s never truly been the case, but less so now than ever before. Today, you all know we’re exporting crude oil at levels that were previously unimaginable. It took two partners to achieve that. It took our shale producers and risk-takers, and it took Congress lifting the oil export ban in 2015, which I voted for. You should all see me as I walk out and say thanks. (Laughter and applause.)

In August of last year, the United States surpassed Russia as the world’s top producer. When it comes to global supply, U.S. oil production rose at the fastest pace in history, the largest one-year increase in oil production that the world has ever seen. That’s awesome and it’s important.

After all, only about a decade ago, we did live in a world where we imported 60 percent of our oil, and now we’ve shrugged off that oak of energy dependence, not just thanks to oil, but we’re doing the same in natural gas today as well, and I know there’s more and even a brighter future there. We shouldn’t forget, too, about the incredible growth in renewable energy. I’m confident that the American system – leaving the commanding heights in the hands of private risk-takers – will allow that industry to continue to grow and export as well.

I had the chance to meet with Secretary Kissinger about two months ago, and I was asking about a handful of things, and he, 45 years ago, brought foreign ministers to his office to figure out how the world was going to deal with energy scarcity. A couple weeks back, I brought Dan into my office to talk about how the heck we were going to make sure we could get it from the American interior to the coast so that we could deliver this to foreign partners who are demanding this.

And there, I want to turn to the real focus, the main topic, what our newfound energy abundance means for American foreign policy, what you all can help me and President Trump deliver to the world.

It’s really – it’s very simple: Our plentiful oil supplies allow us to help our friends secure diversity for their energy resources. We don’t want our European allies hooked on Russian gas through the NordStream II project any more than we ourselves want to depend on Venezuela for our oil supplies.

This need, this desperate need for diversification is why we exported more crude oil last year to countries all across the globe. Places as diverse as India, Japan, China, the Republic of Korea, Italy, Ireland, the United Arab Emirates. The list is long. It’s why, shortly before the United States made its first LNG shipment to Europe, it made it to a place that people don’t think about, the country of Portugal that now has access to American energy resources.

You should all know – and I hope you have seen this. I’ve been doing this now all of 11 months, so I’ve got it all figured out. I hope you all have seen that my team at the State Department is working hard to expand these relationships. Last April, we formalized a commitment to bolster Vietnam’s energy security. In October, the State Department hosted its first dialogue with Australia on energy security. And these operations, these opportunities will just be the beginning.

But truth is, here’s my point: We’re not just exporting American energy, we’re exporting our commercial value system to our friends and to our partners. The more we can spread the United States model of free enterprise, of the rule of law, of diversity and stability, of transparency and transactions, the more successful the United States will be and the more successful and secure the American people will be.

Our model matters now, frankly, more than ever in an era of great power rivalry and competition where some nations are using their energy for malign ends, and not to promote prosperity in the way we do here in the West. They don’t have the values of freedom and liberty, of the rule of law that we do, and they’re using their energy to destroy ours.

Take China, just for starters. China’s illegal island-building in international waterways isn’t simply a security matter.

By blocking development in the South China Sea through coercive means, China prevents ASEAN members from accessing more than $2.5 trillion in recoverable energy reserves. To contrast, the United States Government promotes energy security for those Southeast Asian nations. We want countries in the region to have access to their own energy. We want to help them. We want to create partnerships. We want transparent transactions, not debt traps. We explore responsibly.

China doesn’t play by that same set of rules. Its values are simply different. You see that in places as diverse as Africa, where they often ship in their own labor, creating jobs for Chinese workers rather than for those in the local economy. It’s using the debt trap which I referred to just a moment ago to put these countries in a place where it isn’t a commercial transaction, it’s a political transaction designed to bring harm and political influence in the country in which they’re operating.

Many of you may not know this: China’s largest creditor today – excuse me, Latin America’s largest creditor today is China.

And we all know the story in Russia. It invaded Ukraine to gain access to oil and gas reserves. It in turn deprived Ukraine of the possibility of developing those resources for itself and using its pipelines and its networks to bring energy to its own people. Rather, it uses those pipelines to put pressure – political pressure – on the people of Ukraine.

The story isn’t too terribly different in Syria. Assad covets the oil fields to the east of the Euphrates River in the eastern part of the country. He wants those resources, he wants those wealth to continue to impoverish the people of Syria, and use those resources for himself and the cronies who are around him.

Perhaps there’s no clearer example than in Iran. Iran uses its energy exports to exert undue influence all across the Middle East, most particularly today on Iraq. While the United States is working to develop an independent, sovereign Iraq, Iran is using its energy to create a vassal state. We have worked hard over the past months to reduce the flow of Iranian crude oil around the world, to convince the Iranian leadership to protect its citizens and deliver to its citizens what it is they’re asking for, and to reduce the risk of terror and instability throughout the Middle East.

There could not be more of a contrast about how America uses its energy resources than how the leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran use their.

And finally, as we see in the headlines today, Cuba props up Venezuela’s Maduro regime. That’s because Venezuela ships 50,000-some-odd barrels of oil today at a subsidized price to Cuba, providing roughly 30 percent of its overall energy needs.

You all, the wealth that you’re creating here in the United States, can change that. Look, this is the world we live in. The good news is that we know how our model is superior. And as Daniel Yergin wrote in that book back in 1998, it is markets, not governments, that have proven more adept from the commanding heights. But our way of life, our business model, and our future aren’t things that we can take for granted. There is no certainty that this model will continue.

The Trump administration is working strongly, based on its firmly held conviction that we must further America’s interests by widening the tools we have available to our diplomats, especially the tool of American energy abundance. You all know this: It’s a complex, interconnected world. You have partnerships with companies all across the globe, and the United States has to compete. We have to create energy security for those all around the world. And we can do this. We can do this by partnership, by American diplomats working to ensure that markets are open for American businesses all around the world.

There are three ways. First, we can do this through facilitating investment. We do that by creating the engine for capital formation here in the United States. Foreign firms have invested more than 100 billion in the U.S. shale sector just since 2008. Twenty percent of these investments were joint investments between foreign companies and American companies. We can continue to promote that.

You won’t see this in many other places, but there are places. In Southeast Asia, the United States is the single largest source of cumulative foreign investment. And the State Department has played an important role in helping investors make good decisions and getting access. An example is our program about the Indo-Pacific being open. We call it the Asia Edge Initiative. It helps Indo-Pacific partners import, produce, and deploy their own energy resources.

The second way, other than investment, is we can promote energy security by encouraging countries to partner with the United States all around the world. And I’ve seen this at work. We’re reminding them that we’re simply better to do business with than Russia, China, or Iran. Our deals come with no hidden strings attached, our contracts are clear, our motives unambiguous.

On recent trips, my State Department colleagues and I have been touting the high standards of transparency, responsible financing, and adherence to the rule of law that American companies bring along with them. It’s what you all are known for, what American businesses are known for.

I’ll give you a good example. I was in Warsaw now – oh, goodness, it must have been three or four weeks ago. I was with Foreign Minister Czaputowicz. He and I were discussing how we can diversify the Polish energy supply, not only with energy but with routes and with the types of fuels that we can deliver to them. We’re making progress. We’re accomplishing parts of that mission. We’re doing it with the help of countries[1] like Sempra Energy, like Cheniere and Venture Global LNG. They’re helping destroy the Russian monopoly on Polish energy.

And although it’s certainly the case that our firms will benefit financially, this isn’t just about dollars and cents for American companies. It’s about America’s national security. It’s about Russian influence peddling and the need to stop it. We must bring this to an end, and you all can be an important part of that.

It was Winston Churchill who once said when it comes to energy security, quote, “safety and certainty … lie in variety and in variety alone.”

That may not be quite true, but it’s certainly an important thing for each of us to think about and American diplomats to help you deliver on. We commend countries like Croatia for what they’re doing with the LNG terminal on Krk Island, as well as Lithuania for taking similar steps to diversify and acquire energy away from the Russian footprint.

That brings me to the third and final way that the State Department can help achieve this national security through energy abundance. We’re pushing bad actors – those who use their energy towards malign ends – off the target.

I talked about Iran. You know its role in global energy markets. We know that role is diminishing. Its exports have tanked due to our pressure campaign, and we have every intention of driving Iranian oil exports to zero just as quickly as we can.

We’ll continue with sanctions until Iran behaves in the way normal nations do, without threatening assassination campaigns in Europe, conducting terror campaigns throughout Syria and Iraq, without underwriting Hizballah. These are the ways that energy can keep Americans, Europeans, and Western countries all more secure.

And we’re committed to doing this. We’re committed to using all of the economic tools at our disposal in Venezuela, where our sanctions to date on Venezuela kicked in back in January. We are hoping and working towards a good outcome there.

We need to continue to build our energy security in the ways I’ve described. We need to roll up our sleeves and compete by facilitating investment all across the world and encouraging partners to buy from us and by punishing bad actors.

The State Department wants to work with each and every one in this room tonight, American companies and foreign companies alike. We want to achieve these goals because we think we have the model that will make not only America but the world more secure.

In the days ahead, you should know, America will continue to be asked to meet the world’s energy demand, especially in places like the Indo-Pacific. Our private partners are essential to that. The private sector will be absolutely instrumental. It certainly can’t be done if the commanding heights are handed to the government. But neither private enterprise nor the federal government can do it alone. We need each other. It is American producers, working in tandem with American diplomats, who can create this stability and prosperity all around the world.

As I close and prepare to take questions from Dan, I want to encourage the rest of the world to get on board with this project. Come follow America’s energy blueprint, which is to innovate, not subjugate; to contribute, not to coerce; to allow markets to command the heights.

At least for the rest of my lifetime, the world will need oil and gas and petrochemicals to produce gasoline, to produce jet fuel, fertilizers, and pharmaceuticals.

We should consider ourselves pretty darn lucky here in the United States. We’ve worked hard. But in the age of the new discovery, our shared ability to provide these things is now greater than at any other point of history, and we need to keep it that way. I know that you’ll work alongside, as you should know that America’s State Department will continue to work alongside you.

Thank you for being here. May God bless you and may God bless the United States of America. (Applause.)

MR YERGIN: Thank you, Mr. Secretary. That was great.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you.

MR YERGIN: Thank you, Mr. Secretary (inaudible) heights. (Laughter.)

SECRETARY POMPEO: Available in the lobby.

MR YERGIN: Or online.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Or online, yes.

MR YERGIN: Yes. As – you described this massive growth in abundance, and I guess when you met Secretary Kissinger, your predecessor, he must’ve been a little envious of the position, given what --

SECRETARY POMPEO: Yes.

MR YERGIN: Yes.

SECRETARY POMPEO: I think so.

MR YERGIN: Yeah. So you’ve described the objectives. How is this abundance affecting the role of the State Department itself?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So this has always been – I mean, the State Department has 1,700-plus economic officers whose mission it is around the world – we’re in 180-plus embassies – whose mission is to ensure that American companies get a fair shake, a real opportunity. Our task now is to make sure we understand what it is you do, that we have the context for what it is you’re trying to achieve. These diplomats haven’t, for the most part, lived their life in the energy sector, so these are fields with which they may well not be familiar. But we’re determined, and President Trump and I have both made clear that one of our missions is to make sure that our team knows that, that our team is on the field, that we’re in every corner of the world working to make sure that American companies have access without tariffs, without non-tariff barriers, all the things that you see in the news. And you should, if you haven’t – if you operate in a country and you haven’t reached out to your embassy, America’s embassy, you must do that. If you’re in Washington, stop in, meet with Assistant Secretary Fannon and our team. We’re determined to work alongside to understand and be able to help you all deliver the energy security that I described in my remarks.

MR YERGIN: This evening you’ve mentioned, and in other important speeches, the Indo-Pacific concept. And how do you see the role of the U.S. position itself in terms of the overall growing competition in the region?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So the challenge that’s presented to America and to the world by China is different than one that we’ve confronted before. Our National Security Strategy defines how we think about China in the Trump administration. There are many differences, but one of the most fundamental is we’ve never had another country of the scale of China, with the military of the scale of China’s, that has now expanded into space and property that they do not have a lawful claim to, but with which America has such a deep, intertwined economic and commercial set of relationships. It was often the case, as it is with certain countries today, that we don’t have those commercial relationships, so we move away and try and drive them out of the marketplace. China is more complicated and more difficult, but no less challenging to ensuring that America’s wealth creation engine is around 10 and 20 and 30 years from now.

In the Indo-Pacific proper, I don’t travel to any country in Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia where energy isn’t a topic. I will be honest; where – depending on where I am, they mention it either in public or in private. Many of them don’t have the capacity on their own to stand up to the coercive behavior of China, where China moves in and attempts to use its economic clout to influence and control their government. They all welcome companies from the United States. They welcome American capacity for the rule of law. They may not always say this, they may not always speak their mind publicly, but know that I have literally not met a single one of those countries or leaders from one of those countries that didn’t want a more American opportunity, more American resources, more American technology and innovation as part of the mix.

MR YERGIN: You spoke about the Middle East. And of course, the Middle East is always a central question, but your Middle East Strategic Alliance is a unique approach. How does energy fit into that and how do you see the Middle East Strategic Alliance working with the other organizations in the group, like the Gulf Cooperation Council?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So the Middle East Strategic Alliance is still in its very formative stages. There’s still a lot of work to do. We have multiple pillars that we’re trying to build an alliance around – the Gulf states, Egypt, Jordan – to create a stability in the Middle East that has been something that the world has longed for for decades, you might argue centuries; for an awfully long time. A set of countries that are largely likeminded; we all know they have their challenges and their conflicts, they think about parts of their portfolio differently, but there’s an enormous amount of overlap as well.

And so one of the pillars is the economic pillar, where they’ll compete, right. They’ll sell their product, their gas from Qatar, the oil from Saudi Arabia. Wherever it may be, they’ll go compete. But there are lots of places where they can work together. And so if you combine economic understandings, diplomatic understandings, military understandings, each of these pillars, we think there’s a way to build an alliance that we have not seen there before. It’ll take us a bit, it won’t be straightforward, it’ll be bumpy. But we think there are a set of common threats that are different than at any time in recent history that provides an opportunity to get these folks to come together.

It will work alongside other institutions in the Gulf – OPEC, the GCC, all of these other institutions that exist and predate what we’re trying to do with MESA. We don’t think this drives them out, but we think it provides another forum, another place for these countries to work together, most importantly on pure national security issues.

MR YERGIN: Right, so this is something that will evolve over the next months or --

SECRETARY POMPEO: So we – fits and starts along the different pillars, but we do hope over the next several months we make a big step and get pieces of this reduced to paper, where countries can provide their input, respond, and we can be thoughtful about how to approach it so that perhaps by the end of the year, we’ve made substantial progress.

MR YERGIN: Well, you do bring unique perspective to energy questions having been in the industry, and at the same time now, where you sit in your responsibilities. And if you think broadly about the role of private sector, government working together, each of them contributing to energy security, prosperity, how do you see that balance?

SECRETARY POMPEO: Tell me what you’re thinking, Dan. What do you mean?

MR YERGIN: Well, the role of each, what do you expect from the private sector in terms of – and the nature of the cooperation.

SECRETARY POMPEO: So for those of you out there that need a lathe operator, I’m the first Secretary of State that can actually run a lathe, so if this whole diplomatic thing falls through, I’m ready to get back at it. The truth of the matter is the most stable places in the world are ones that have deep economic relationships with the United States of America. What – my expectation for you is that you will go out and try and crush it every day, and create wealth for your shareholders, great opportunities for your employees, that you’ll go build your business successfully not only here in the United States, but you’ll do it all across the world as well. Our task is here, domestically, not my portfolio, but to create a set of rules for capital formation, and a regulatory environment in which you can grow and prosper. And then my task is to make sure you’ve got every opportunity to go compete.

I – of all the challenges – I laid out half a dozen maybe there, Dan, in the remarks. I could have gone on to another half a dozen pretty readily. I don’t think anyone should ever bet against the United States of America. I am convinced that if diplomatically and through using the American force for good in the world, if we get you out there and get you a chance to compete, you’ll do fantastic, you’ll excel. I remind my team – and this is a bit of a discourse, but I think it’s – when I remind my team all the time, our presence matters. People not only see what we’re doing diplomatically, the things we’re asking of these countries to do, sometimes for themselves, sometimes for our mutual interests, but they watch how we behave. We treat each other with respect. We understand the rule of law. We have court systems that are functional and work. We work hard; we tell the truth. These fundamental things that happen when American companies show up, other countries see. And so whatever the value proposition that they’re evaluating, you should know that the fact that this traditional set of liberty, freedom, and a willingness to work hard matters in a lot of these places as well, and I think America will benefit from that a long time. And so if I were betting, I’d bet on us.

MR YERGIN: Right. Well, Mr. Secretary, your message is not only to the Americans in the audience but there are about 75 other countries here, and I think it’s an important message to both sets of people about the nature of the partnership and the division that you’ve outlined. So we thank you very much for coming to join us this evening and sharing this view of energy and U.S. foreign policy and what’s ahead. So thank you very much.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you, Dan. Thank you all very much. Thank you. (Applause.)


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