November 15, 2012

A Vote for All-of-the-Above Energy

Denise Bode, Politico

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The results of the 2012 elections represent a paradigm shift in U.S. energy policy. As the 18th-century English diarist Samuel Johnson said, “the prospect of a hanging concentrates the mind wonderfully.” In the energy field, it was the oil shocks of the 1970s that first focused our attention on the peril of banking our future on fossil fuels alone.

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