November 2012, Vol. 239 No. 11

Features

Energy Policy Should Focus On Supply Security

America’s policymakers need to consider whether energy independence is really necessary to achieve adequate, reliable and affordable energy supplies, according to a new report from Deloitte. The report – “Energy Independence and Security: A Reality Check” – explains that the United States already enjoys significant energy independence for most sectors and much of our economy. Transportation is really the only sector that remains dependent on imports; therefore, when people say the U.S. needs a secure supply of energy, what they really mean is a secure supply of crude oil. The report indicates that America needs to take a multi-pronged approach when

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