Oil's status as a strategic commodity undermines U.S. national security and weakens the U.S. economy.  Reducing oil's strategic importance requires breaking its virtual monopoly over transportation fuel.

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Fuel Choice for American Prosperity

Mission



The United States Energy Security Council is focused on diminishing the inordinate strategic importance of oil, which stems from its virtual monopoly over transportation fuel.

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Energy Security Roundtable 2013


Energy Security Roundtable 2013

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Methanol Policy Forum 2014

Features


Olah in the Wall Street Journal: A Chemistry Breakthrough That Could Fuel a Revolution.


Johnston in the Wall Street Journal: Natural Gas Exports and the Mythical 'Sweet Spot'.


McFarlane and Olah in the Financial Times: Let the market decide our energy sources.


Woolsey in the Geopolitics of Energy: Destroying Oil's Monopoly and OPEC's Cartel.


McFarlane in the Wall Street Journal: A Flex-Fuel Mandate Is Pro-Market.


Ridge and Peters in the New York Times: The Methanol Alternative to Gasoline.


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