February 8, 2013

With New Energy Sec., We Need New Strategy

Loren Steffy, FuelFix


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As President Barack Obama searches for a replacement for Steven Chu, who said last week he would step down as energy secretary, he needs to search for a new energy strategy as well. After four decades of policies based on a scarcity of energy resources, we need a plan that capitalizes on abundance, that recognizes the tremendous fortuity that increased domestic production represents.

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TAGGED: Domestic Oil, Oil Production, Stephen Arbogast, Fossil Fuels, Renewable Energy, Energy Strategy, Steven Chu, Secretary Of Energy, Ryan Lance

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