Warning signs

I agree wholeheartedly with Matt Janowiak's comments regarding responsible energy use (OGJ, Aug 27, 2001, p. 10). It's time for everyone, particularly the politicians in Washington, to wake up and realize that the hydrocarbon age will not last forever.Currently, the United States consumes approximately 20 million b/d of oil, of which 55% goes to making gasoline and jet fuel. By the way, almost 60% of that oil is imported. This nation's thirst for oil will not diminish anytime soon, and if we don't take some positive action to become more energy independent, then we could certainly be held hostage in the future by the very countries from which we import our oil today.These ...

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