January 17, 2013

Will U.S. Be Energy Self-Sufficient by 2030?

Meg Handley, US News & World Report


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Surging domestic production of shale gas and oil means the United States could be virtually energy self-sufficient by 2030 according to a report released Wednesday by British Petroleum. . .

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