07/28/2006 Archived Entry: "The American Energy Security Study"
The American Energy Security Study develops a comprehensive plan for the United States to establish energy security and independence through production of alternative oil and liquid transportation fuels from its vast domestic resources, including coal, biomass, and oil shale. The plan also emphasizes the need for improved domestic enhanced oil recovery programs using carbon dioxide injection and storage, increased voluntary transportation fuel efficiency, and sensible energy conservation. The study, a national initiative led by the Southern States Energy Board (SSEB), also strives to bring better awareness of these issues to the American people, industry, the financial community, the media, governors, and legislators and political leadership at the national, state and local levels.
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