America Is Not Facing an Unavoidable Energy Shortage

Lieberman, Ben
February 2005
Business Journal (Central New York);2/4/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p28
Comments on the recent release of a preliminary version of Annual Energy Outlook 2005 by the federal Energy Information Administration (EIA) in the U.S. Acknowledgement of the strong global demand of petroleum; Assumption on the balanced need for energy against environmental concerns; Unavoidable energy shortage prediction by EIA.


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