Oil CEOs call for 'tone shift' from White House on finger-pointing over gas prices

“Our guys raised concerns about the ongoing tone from the administration. We asked that their tone shift,” American Petroleum Institute CEO Mike Sommers told CNN after the in-person meeting at Energy Department headquarters between oil CEOs and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm.Sommers, who was not in the meeting but was briefed by oil CEOs who were there, said the industry made a series of policy recommendations to the Biden administration to address high gasoline prices. The oil industry also urged President Joe Biden to get personally involved and meet with oil CEOs to address high prices.”We’d welcome an opportunity to sit down with the president himself,” said Sommers, who, along

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