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America’s Bright Energy Future


The New Energy Map Two strategically important documents were released this June. The first was the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) report[1] on World Shale Oil and Shale Gas reserves. This report was published in 2011 and 2012, but for the first time, the 2013 report looked beyond U.S. borders and assessed the technically recoverable[2] world reserves […]


(Energy) Independence Day – Part I


The Addict The United States is the largest consumer of energy in the world, and one of the most wasteful. Our needs far exceed our current domestic capacities to produce energy, and Americans are notoriously reluctant to adopt energy saving technologies. As a result, American foreign policy revolves around the primordial need to keep the […]


The Next Ten Years (Part One)


The 2012 Elections is truly a crossroads for America. It’s not your typical election year rhetoric; it’s not another sound bite.  It’s the truth. This is the first federal election since 2000 in which the United States will be neither engaged in war or deep in the nadir of a financial crisis.[1] For the first decade […]


“Our obligations to our country never cease but with our lives.“

John Adams


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