Everything’s possible, even independence from OPEC. Achieving energy independence – or close to it – is a more certain goal compared to President John Kennedy's 1961 commitment to put a man on the moon. About two-thirds of the oil consumed in the US is for transportation. But by not requiring an increase in car fuel efficiency for many years, the US has exacerbated rather than mitigated its imported oil situation.
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