December 2012

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: US energy independence vs. energy security

The Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions recently released a report, “Energy independence and security: A reality check,” which examines whether or not energy independence is necessary to ac..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions recently released a report, “Energy independence and security: A reality check,” which examines whether or not energy independence is necessary to achieve energy security. Deloitte contends that the answer is “probably no.” The report reviews present and developing national energy policies and discusses US strategies for oil imports and use. A key conclusion is that, “while US energy independence may be unattainable in the foreseeable future, energy security is a realistic and achievable goal. “The real issue is not independence from all foreign oil,” the report said, “but reducing oil imports from unfriendly n

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