December 5, 2011

Inside Americs' Energy Export Boom

Bob Evans, Forbes


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While the United States is still far from even approaching energy independence, the country appears to be taking a huge step in that direction as 2012 will mark the first time in 62 years that the U.S. has exported more oil-based fuels than it has imported.  .  .

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