January 24, 2013

Waiting On an Energy Breakthrough

Marshall Kaplan, Fuel Freedom


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Our lives are full of “what ifs.” Sometimes we can, with some degree of certainty, agree that if the “what ifs” had occurred, our well-being and our nation’s well-being would be different. When some of the “what ifs” would have seemingly generated something better and the decision was in our control (or at least within our ability to think about and possibly influence), we often become self-critical. Some of the “what ifs” that are likely to trouble us in the future, if we fail to act now, are reflected in the transportation fuel market. Not an exciting subject, perhaps, to begin your morning coffee and OC Register read, but an important one just the same.

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