In an E&E TV “OnPoint” interview that aired on Monday, CEA President David Holt discussed the interest governors have in learning more about energy resources in federal waters adjacent to their states and the opportunities, jobs, and economic benefits that their development could generate.  Holt noted that the governors want to work in partnership with the federal government to allow for the development of these resources in a thoughtful, environmentally responsible way.  Addressing other questions, Holt noted that the Keystone XL pipeline project is a game-changer that would safely transport a daily minimum 700,000 barrels of crude to the U.S. and open up a new supply chain for Bakken crude, said energy should be a nonpartisan issue and that an all-of-the-above approach to energy development is needed, and discussed the need for Congress to address issues related to the Renewable Fuel Standard such as the blend wall.