Road to Sustained American Energy Leadership
Today, America is a global energy leader. A fundamental reordering of the world’s energy markets has elevated the importance of North American energy production and reduced what had been the once-dominant roles of OPEC and Russia on the world energy stage. The energy policy decisions we make today will either keep us on the road to years of American energy leadership or reverse course back to an era of energy scarcity, uncertainty and dependence.
But to sustain and build on our nation’s positive energy trajectory, our energy policies should foster—or at least not hinder—America’s ability to explore, develop, transport and deliver to consumers the energy they need to heat their homes, run their businesses and enjoy their lives.
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