The United States uses about 98 quads (quadrillion BTUs) of energy annually, about twenty percent of total world consumption. Much of this consumption powers US production of over a quarter of the world's gross domestic product (GDP). So the sources and uses of this energy are a high-stakes challenge.
Finding the most efficient, reliable, and economical means of producing energy is key. Tax policies and environmental issues shape decisions about energy production and consumption. National security is a critical factor. An exciting development in meeting these needs are the discovery and production of vast reserves of natural gas and oil right here in the United States.
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