'Put those resources to work for the American people'

Karen A. Harbert, president of the Institute for 21st Century Energy at the US Chamber of Commerce, during a March 2 forum at the Heritage Foundation on Russian natural gas and growing European dependence on it, suggested how the United States could reduce its own dependence on imported energy.

Karen A. Harbert, president of the Institute for 21st Century Energy at the US Chamber of Commerce, during a March 2 forum at the Heritage Foundation on Russian natural gas and growing European dependence on it, suggested how the United States could reduce its own dependence on imported energy:

"The best signal we could send to the private sector is that we're going to produce more oil and gas domestically. We need to permanently repeal moratoriums and put those resources to work for the American people."

Contact Nick Snow at nicks@pennwell.com

More in Home