August 2, 2012

U.S. Energy Independence

U.S. energy independence is no longer a pipe dream - Tim Mullaney
“Much of Wall Street and Washington is seized by the hope that the U.S.'s energy future will be as bright as Williamsport's. As Americans heave a sigh of relief at gasoline prices falling back from near $4 a gallon, big new discoveries of domestic oil and natural gas hold the promise of more substantial benefits for the U.S. economy for decades to come — even the possibility of energy independence.”

Comment: The only thing standing between our current situation and one where we have stability, flexibility and long-term resilience across all aspects of our economy is our inability to settle on a practically implementable energy policy.

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