Todd A. Snitchler


Todd Snitchler is Group Director of Market Development at the American Petroleum Institute and a leading expert on environmental regulations. He earned a law degree at Akron University and holds a bachelor’s degree from Grove City College. Readers may write him at API, 1220 L Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005-4070

Most Recent Articles by Todd A. Snitchler:

Spending millions bailing out coal and nuclear producers will send consumer bills soaring

Aug 12, 2018 — Todd A. Snitchler

Spending millions bailing out coal and nuclear producers will send consumer bills soaring
WASHINGTON, D.C. — It may seem that Americans don’t agree on much these days, but just about everyone agrees that government intervention in electricity markets is a bad idea.

From The Wall Street Journal to the Los Angeles Times, electric grid operators to economic analysts, natural gas producers to renewable energy advocates, Democrats to Republicans — it’s hard to find anyone who supports bailing out unprofitable coal and nuclear plants at the expense of consumers.


One reason to celebrate Earth Day: It provides us with super clean natural gas!

Apr 19, 2018 — Todd A. Snitchler

One reason to celebrate Earth Day: It  provides us with super clean natural gas!
WASHINGTON, D.C. — It’s official.  U.S. natural gas production has reached record highs.  The federal Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports natural gas production for 2017 reached “the highest volume on record.”  The U.S. has led the world in natural gas production since 2009, thanks to technological breakthroughs that unlocked previously inaccessible energy reserves.


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