No borders for energy

Lerner, Ivan
January 2008
ICIS Chemical Business;1/21/2008, Vol. 273 Issue 3, p42
Trade Publication
The article discusses issues concerning energy independence. Policies supporting energy independence may actually create uncertainty among international trading partners and hinder investment in international energy supply development. The U.S. government enhance its energy security by moderating demand, expanding and diversifying domestic energy supplies and strengthening global energy trade and investment.


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