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Subject: Re: Are We Energy Independent? Date: 10/12/2012 5:35 PM
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That's what I see, 2828. Look at the increased production numbers and any policy decisions made. I will once again suggest that an increase in production now is a bad sign overall.

I need to know more about the Keystone pipeline project to have a strong opinion. However, the last thing I would want is for Canada to ship that tarry mess elsewhere. On the other hand, if the end result of the Keystone project is increased exports of refined oil products, then I'm against it.

Finally, I'm afraid what we will see on the northern slope of Alaska is less crude oil than hoped for, and a terribly difficult environment to extract it from. We shall see.
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