The capacity imperative

"The capacity imperative" editorial along with Doyle Grogan's letter, "Energy Policy," relate to the readers that the emphasis on foreign oil has shifted in the public's mind (OGJ, Sept. 6, 2004, pp. 19,12). Unfortunately, it slipped away to alternate fuels and another dead end for any sound energy policy. The only relief from foreign oil is drilling in our oil and gas potential areas, still locked out by our unknowledgeable public of what goes on (or what doesn't) concerning America's future energy outlook.Alternate fuels can never meet America's ever-growing need for energy. Solar, wind, hydrogen, etc. will never be more than a small percentage of what is and will b...

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