The energy forum

12/24/2001
The call for a national energy policy has been echoed about the US countryside for many years. Everyone agrees there is a need for one, but building a consensus on what it should consist of and then taking action has been another thing. Too often our representatives to Washington, DC, are uninformed, misinformed, tied closely to knee-jerk antioil groups, or a combination of the above.Many people believe the trick is to find out where political candidates stand on energy issues, educate those who are open to it, and filter out those who don't pass muster.Taking actionA group of petroleum industry organizations in Tulsa recently came up with a way to get politicians to think seriously a...
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