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A national survey of more than 1,000 likely voters released by The Tarrance Group and Lake Research Partners found overwhelming support for the Pickens Plan. After hearing a brief description of the Plan, 84% of respondents favored its approach to cut down oil imports from their current 70% level.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Oklahoma's first wind energy conference -- REVOLUTION -- is scheduled for December 2 and 3 in Oklahoma City at the Cox Convention Center.
T. Boone Pickens, 50-year oil and gas industry leader, will host what hopes to be the largest online rally of Americans concerned about their energy future during Tuesday night's second Presidential Debate between U.S. Senators Barack Obama and John McCain.
AUBURN - The Auburn Public Library has announced some of the new acquisitions for October.
By Daily Breezeial State shouldn't spend billions on a faux-green special interest. Proposition 10, which would fund the development of renewable energy and help consumers purchase alternative-fuel vehicles, has a certain green appeal.
By Matt Nauman Mercury News Mercury News Against a backdrop of high gas prices and calls for energy independence, two renewable energy measures on the November ballot claim to offer solutions. Both, however, face uncertain support. Even environmental groups are campaigning against them.
High Country Energy, LLC, along with its manager National Wind, LLC, announces today the completion of the nation's first intrastate public offering in connection with the development of a wind project. The offering, officially filed in May of 2008, was filled and completed in only four months.
In 1970, America imported 24 percent of our oil. Today, we import nearly 70 percent and growing. At current oil prices, we will send $700 billion out of the country this year alone; that's four times the annual cost of the Iraq war. ...
By Edwards, John G Executives attending last week's National Clean Energy Summit at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, heard gloomy predictions for America if the country fails to wean itself off its dependence on foreign oil.
T. Boone Pickens, although very successful at domestic oil production, is now championing wind turbines (see www.pickensplan.com). As an action to reduce oil imports, Pickens will build and operate thousands of wind turbines in Texas to generate electricity.