Planning For An America That Lives Up To Dreams Of Its People

Planning For An America That Lives Up To Dreams Of Its People

  • American Energy 
    • Oil and Gas Boom [1] +
    • Fuel Efficiency Addon For Cars (Energy Savings) +
    • Internet Of Things At Home (Energy Savings)
    • Improvements in Renewable Energy Technologies
  • American Manufacturing [1]
    • Cloud Manufacturing [2] 
      • “Made in USA” Revolution!
      • America becomes a manufacturing super-power!
      • America revolutionizes the world by manufacturing Physical Digital Systems. [3] [4] [5]
    • Reduction in Unemployment. 
  • American Education
    • Better Education System [1]
    • Education Platform [2]
  • American Healthcare [2]
    • Redesigning American Healthcare [1] 
  • American R&D
    • Research Platform [1]
      • More fruitful Research
    • Interdisciplinary Research [2]
      • Cross pollination of ideas.
  • American Law & Order
    • Dramatic Improvement. Dramatic drop in crime rate.
      • Introduction of Advanced Technologies.
      • Change in Society.
  • America in World Stage
    • America leads in every sector.
    • America – A force for good. [1]
  • American States
    • Plan for each and every of America’s States. 
    • Smart Cities.
  • American Dream
    • The only country in the world where if you work hard, no matter where you came from and where you are now, you can turn your dreams into reality! 

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Oil And Gas Boom In America

“The U.S. oil boom has put European refineries out of business and undercut West African crude suppliers. Now domestic drillers threaten to roil Asian markets and challenge producers in the Middle East and South America.

Fifteen European refineries have closed in the past five years, with a 16th due to shut this year, the International Energy Agency said, as the U.S. went from depending on fuel from Europe to being a major exporter to the region. Nigeria, which used to send the equivalent of a dozen supertankers of crude a month to the U.S., now ships fewer than three, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. And cheap oil from the Rocky Mountains, where output has grown 31 percent since 2011, will soon allow West Coast companies to cut back on imports of pricier grades from Saudi Arabia and Venezuela that they process for customers in Asia, the world’s fastest-growing market.

With U.S. exports of gasoline and other refined products hitting a record last month and the country on pace to become the world’s largest oil producer by 2015, five years faster than the IEA’s earlier predictions, industry advocates such as Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska are calling for an end to 39-year-old restrictions on U.S. crude exports.

In a measure of just how quickly the oil market has changed, President Barack Obama unveiled in March 2011 a goal considered so outrageous that correspondent Christopher Mims wrote on the environmental news website Grist that it could be accomplished only by “an economic crash bigger than any ever seen in U.S. history, or perhaps an alien race forcing all of us to take to our bicycles.” Obama said that by 2025 the U.S. would cut crude imports by one-third.


It didn’t take 14 years. It took less than three.




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