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|Energy Independence won't happen any time soon.|
|The short-term fixes won't make much difference in the way the world oil market works. Policies that could make a real difference have lead times measured in decades.|
|Gas Pumps and Voting Booths|
|The October First Wednesday Seminar explores energy and environment in the midterm elections. |
|The Future of Petroleum |
|An Energy 2050 policy briefing explores the policy issues surrounding the United States' continued dependence on petroleum.|
|Alaska to the Rescue?|
|ANWR and other reflections on U.S. oil import dependence by Senior Fellows Joel Darmstadter and Ian Parry|
|Oil Independence Will Not Eliminate Vulnerability |
|RFF President and Senior Fellow Paul Portney testifies that global oil prices remain primary concern.|
|Global Compensation for Oil Pollution Damages|
|Senior Fellow James Boyd outlines why certain provisions of this act should be emulated by other countries.|
|Winning the Oil Endgame|
|Amory B. Lovins, CEO, Rocky Mountain Institute, will speak at the RFF Policy Leadership Forum Tuesday, September 21, at 11 a.m.|
|Oil Prices Keep Swinging: The Search For Stability|
|Consumers and politicians complain bitterly when oil prices bounce upward, but the remedies all seem to lie decades in the future.|
|Surging Gasoline Prices|
|Senior Fellow Joel Darmstadter questions quick fixes for coping with high gasoline and oil prices. He puts the current price spike into a broader perspective and notes that "this too shall pass."
|How Should Policymakers Respond to Growing U.S. Oil Import Dependence?|
|In this election year, politicians on both sides are claiming to have ready answers about how to deal with growing U.S. dependence on foreign oil. RFF Senior Fellows Joel Darmstadter and Ian Parry explain why the problem is a lot more complicated than that in a new feature.
|The Future of Natural Gas Markets|
|Now that the U.S. has experienced high natural gas prices, the quiet world of federal natural gas policy has become a lot noisier. At a recent RFF forum, National Petroleum Council and Stanford Energy Modeling Forum representatives present their views on what lies ahead. Read RFF's J.W. Anderson on the day's events and watch the conference video.