Watching Government: From ANWR to Baghdad

04/09/2001
With leasing prospects dimming for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge coastal plain, most US companies are hoping White House energy policymakers turn their attention outside US borders. President George W. Bush recently signaled he recognizes the country will have to continue to go outside the US to meet energy demand (OGJ, Apr. 2, 2001, p. 37). But in a nod to national security concerns, he emphasized a "hemispheric" strategy focusing on neighboring Canada and Mexico. No mention was made of the Middle East, even though that is where the vast majority of oil reserves lie.Go eastYet many companies say it is impossible to talk about national energy policies without rethinking internationa...
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