Energetic Response

Forbes, Steve
October 2005
Forbes Asia;10/3/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p11
The article recommends ideas on how the U.S. government should handle issues related to energy and the environment following the Hurricane Katrina disaster in 2005. The petroleum industry has been creative in increasing output from existing plants, but new ones are needed. President George W. Bush should push for legislation to clear obstacles. President Bush could help to eliminate the oil-price bubble by selling oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve on a more regular basis.


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