Previous Editorials
January 30, 2007: Let's Come Clean on the Real Reason Were in Iraq
December 7, 2006: Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later Iraq and Oil
October 20, 2006: A Transportation Energy Policy for America
September 15, 2006: Fuel Diversification: Coal-to-Liquids
July 12, 2006: The Costs of Fossil-Fuel Dependence
June 13, 2006: The Value of Educating Our Youth on Energy Alternatives
Fast Facts
  • According to the International Center for Technology Assessment, the true price of a gallon of gas should be between $5.60 and $15.14 per gallon when all factors are considered.
  • If China's economy continues to expand at its current pace, its income per person would equal the US by the year 2031. China's oil requirements would jump to 99 million barrels per day (current world production is 88 million barrels per day).
  • ANWR (Alaska) contains 10 billion barrels of oil - or about the amount the US consumes in a little more than a year
  • According to the World Energy Outlook (2004), there are sufficient oil resources in place to meet demand through 2030, provided sufficient investments are made.
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