Aiming at U.S. energy independence

Kilcarr, Sean
May 2013
Fleet Owner Blog;5/20/2013, p7
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The article reports on the 11th annual Energy Industry Outlook Survey conducted by KPMG Global Energy Institute which showed that 62 percent of global energy company executives believe that the U.S. can attain energy independence by 2030. KPMG LLP national sector leader John Kunasek claims that increased domestic production is affecting the global energy sector and has provided additional sources of energy. He adds that increased production from shale assets are creating optimism.


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