It's time to lock in energy input prices

It's time to lock in energy input prices

It's time to lock in energy input prices
SINCE 2006, U.S. imports of crude oil have declined by 30%, and since 2008, domestic oil production is up 140%, the highest since 1986 (Figure 1).

Fracking has played a key role in taking the U.S. closer to energy indepen

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