November 12, 2012

10 Reasons to Fear Energy Freedom

Matthew Hulbert, Forbes


politico.com

U.S. energy independence must be about to happen. The International Energy Agency just devoted its World Energy Outlook 2012 to telling us so. America will become the largest producer of oil and other liquid fuels on Earth by 2020; it will be entirely self-sufficient by 2030; and a net exporter by 2035. Boom. Epic stuff. . .

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TAGGED: Global Energy Market, Energy Independence, Domestic Energy Production, Domestic Energy, Forbes

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