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America Rallies Behind Local Oil Production

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June 19, 2012

In the last 60 years, America's dependence on foreign oil has risen drastically due to declining U.S. production coupled with rising demand. Today, however, increases in domestic production and reductions in demand are changing that dynamic, and this change directly benefits the U.S. economy. The infographic below illustrates the recent positive changes and how these will affect America's future energy landscape.

America Rallies Behind Local Oil Production
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