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Our nation’s best energy future

Ed Cross

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 Just a few short years ago, no one would have imagined the U.S. could increase production of oil and natural gas while cutting greenhouse gas emissions, which are now near 25-year lows.  A recent study by the Energy Information Administration indicates the U.S. emitted 23% fewer energy-related CO2 emissions in 2015 than in 2005.  Further, thanks in part to increased use of domestic natural gas, ozone concentrations have dropped by 17% since 2000.  

Energy production in the U.S. has increased dramatically over the last decade because the independent oil and natural gas industry is committed to investment ...


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