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The Road to Energy Independence (Infographic)

The latest infographic from Crude Energy shows the road the US has paved on the way to potential independence from foreign oil and natural gas.

Because of hydraulic fracturing (fracking), untold amounts of oil and gas are being found and extracted from previously unreachable areas in the United States. That means more jobs, a trickle-down effect on other industries which service oil and gas, enhanced national security, and energy independence.

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Infographic courtesy of: Crude Energy Road to Energy Independence Infographic




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  • CA2NSW on July 01 2014 said:
    Are they going to frack us a great big new atmosphere to hold all the CO2 we're now going to create?
  • bmz on July 02 2014 said:
    Nonsense, there is no way we can become oil independent absent the use of natural gas as a transportation fuel.

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