November 19, 2012

U.S. Salvation Is an Industrial Renaissance

Tom Stevenson, Telegraph


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US Steel chairman, John Surma, has described it as “the once in a lifetime economic engine that coal was nearly 200 years ago." That is a big claim but not one that I’d dismiss out of hand. The numbers speak for themselves. . .

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TAGGED: Natural Gas, Shale Gas Production, U.S. Energy Policy, Domestic Energy Production, Domestic Energy, U.S. Industrial Policy, Telegraph

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