January 5, 2012

The State of American Energy

American Petroleum Institute, American Petroleum Institute


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At the start o 2012, high unemployment and stagnant economic growthcontinue to plague the nation. The oil and natural gas industry standsready to address these challenges head-on by creating well-paying jobs,stimulating economic growth, and generating government revenues—allwhile improving America’s energy security. Thankully, these critical goalscan be achieved with sensible energy policies. . .

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