Another Oil Crisis?

September 1987
Futurist;Sep/Oct87, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p57
Focuses on the study by the Fund for Renewable Energy and Environment on an impending U.S. energy crisis. Speculation of a crisis due to the reliance of the U.S. on foreign oil and failure to boost its petroleum industry; Concern over the government's hesitance in establishing methods to reverse the dependency; Suggestions on how to reduce power use and boost the use of renewable energy resources.


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