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The Keys to Energy Security

The Keys to Energy Security

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By 2030, the United States could secure 92 percent of its liquid fuels from secure sources (i.e. the U.S. and Canada) with access to oil resources on public lands and in federal waters that are currently off-limits, and with the approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline which would bring additional oil supplies from Canada. Currently, we depend on sources outside the U.S. and Canada for 38 percent of our liquid fuels, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. With no changes to policy, plus continuing growth in biofuels under current law, EIA forecasts that would shrink to about 30 percent in 2030. However, with sensible changes to oil and natural gas policy we could reduce that to 8 percent, while at the same time creating massive numbers of new U.S. jobs and huge amounts of revenue for our government.
By 2030, the United States could secure 92 percent of its liquid fuels from secure sources (i.e. the U.S. and Canada) with access to oil resources on public lands and in federal waters that are currently off-limits, and with the approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline which would bring additional oil supplies from Canada. Currently, we depend on sources outside the U.S. and Canada for 38 percent of our liquid fuels, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. With no changes to policy, plus continuing growth in biofuels under current law, EIA forecasts that would shrink to about 30 percent in 2030. However, with sensible changes to oil and natural gas policy we could reduce that to 8 percent, while at the same time creating massive numbers of new U.S. jobs and huge amounts of revenue for our government.

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The Keys to Energy ecurty
By 2030, the United States could secure 92percent of its liquid fuels from secure sources(i.e. the U.S. and Canada) with access to oilresources on public lands and in federal watersthat are currently off-limits, and with the approvalof the Keystone XL Pipeline which would bringadditional oil supplies from Canada.Currently, we depend on sources outside the U.S.and Canada for 38 percent of our liquid fuels,according to the U.S. Energy InformationAdministration. With no changes to policy, pluscontinuing growth in biofuels under current law,EIA forecasts that would shrink to about 30percent in 2030. However, with sensible changes to oil and natural gas policy we couldreduce that to 8 percent, while at the same time creating massive numbers of new U.S. jobsand huge amounts of revenue for our government.
 
Energy security is attainable. We can control our energy destiny.
Potential Liquid Fuel Supply--2030
2010 Liquid Fuel Supply2030 Liquid Fuel Supply
 
United Statesand Canada92%
Rest of the World8%Rest of the World38%United Statesand Canada62%United Statesand Canada70%Rest of the World30%

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