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America"s energy needs as our national security policy
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Energy and Resources
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[hearing before the subcommittee on energy and resources of the committee on government reform, house of representatives, one hundred ninth congress, first session, april 6, 2005]|
|Pagination||iii, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
Twenty years of inaction have jeopardized our nation’s security, and we simply cannot repeat our mistakes. We must develop sustainable sources of energy and tighten fuel-efficiency controls. The prevalence of energy in a security strategy would not come as a surprise to Meghan O’Sullivan, former Deputy National Security Advisor to President George W. Bush for Iraq and Afghanistan, whose new book Windfall: How the New Energy Abundance Upends Global Politics and Strengthens America’s Power charts how U.S. oil and gas production Author: Neil Bhatiya.
Our families need reasonable gas and electric bills in order to reach financial security. Working moms and dads need to be able to commute to work without breaking the bank. The Obama administration plans to meet the mandate of Bush’s U.S. Energy Independence and Security Act, to produce 36 billion gallons a year of ethanol and advanced biofuels by That’s equivalent to 1 million barrels of oil, 13 percent of our current petroleum use, 22 percent of our current imports.
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America's Energy Needs as Our National Security Policy: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Energy and Resources of the Committee on Government Reform, on. In his book, America Needs America's Energy: Creating Together the People's Energy Plan, Stansberry outlines the history, the issues, and the solution.
In this era of globalization, the United States is competing with the world in the petroleum resource. Stansberry makes the argument that the US needs a national energy policy/5(2). policy and burdens a U.S. military that stands constantly ready as the protector of last resort for the vital arteries of the global oil economy.
The Energy Security Leadership Council believes that America’s energy security can be fundamentally improved through major reductions in oil demand and increases in domestic energy production. Our conception of U.S. “energy policy” thus needs to evolve as well in response to these changes.
The following sections lay out some of the most significant changes, and the next section discusses what they mean for the future of U.S.
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Originally conceived as protection against military attack, national security is now widely understood to include also non-military dimensions, including the security from terrorism, minimization of crime, economic.
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The future of oil and natural gas in our economy, their essential role in national security, and their contribution to the betterment of peoples. Indeed, as Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette wrote in the foreword to the report he has “a strong appreciation for the strategic importance of the Western Hemisphere to US prosperity, energy, and national security.
As our closest neighbors and strongest trading partners, the energy and economic security of the hemisphere is critically. the sidelines, it does so at considerable risk to our national security. U.S. leadership in advanced energy development and deployment can yield domestic and international opportunities across our national security spectrum.
Should America embrace and accelerate the use of advanced energy sources, it can open new markets for a wide range. In the context of the exploration and production of energy resources, we must evaluate the federal/state balance in terms of which level of government is best suited to achieving the twin goals of energy security and environmental responsibility.
My administration will adhere to that principle in evaluating our national energy policy.The paper details a range of options for America’s energy future, ranging from coal to natural gas and from solar to tidal power. The report sets out how each contributes to America’s energy make-up and how our business and political leaders should weigh the competing priorities of energy security, economic stability, and environmental sustainability when making decisions.