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Giving drivers a choice of fuels will put more money in their pockets, create millions of jobs and protect the U.S. economy from oil shocks.
Giving drivers the fuel choice will reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and cut pollution that causes asthma and other illnesses.
Our addiction to oil sends billions of dollars overseas and forces our sons and daughters to fight in faraway places to secure the flow of oil.
Fuel choice will spur innovation and economic investment around the world, as well as promote democracy and equality in developing nations.
Fuel Freedom will reduce the cost of driving your car or truck by forcing gasoline to compete with other fuels. Competition will energize the economy, strengthen our national security, and reduce emissions that harm the environment and our health.
Environment, What's The Buzz

Naomi Klein: 4 reasons Keystone matters

Environmental writer and activist Naomi Klein writes in The Nation…
November 25, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
What's The Buzz, World

BusinessWeek: Ethanol just avoided a death blow

BusinessWeek's Matthew Phillips reflects on the EPA's decision…
November 25, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Economy, What's The Buzz

Whatever OPEC does, U.S. oil companies will keep drilling

Bloomberg has a story about what U.S. drillers will do in response…
November 25, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Environment, Featured, Over a Barrel Blog

Can alternative vehicles still play a role?

A couple of Google engineers shocked the world last week by announcing…
November 25, 2014/by WIlliam Tucker
Featured, What's The Buzz

New York Times launches series looking at N.D. oil industry

You won't be fully up to speed on how oil production, and hydraulic…
November 24, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
FFF In The News, National Security
Oil pipeline,

Rail vs. pipeline: Which is safer for moving oil?

John Hofmeister: What changes are needed for transporting crude…
November 24, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Featured, What's The Buzz

EPA delays decision on whether to reduce ethanol in gas

The federal government's new threshold for the amount of ethanol…
November 21, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Economy, Over a Barrel Blog

By health check or economic necessity: A tale of two oil industries and their response to illness

By John Hofmeister and Marshall Kaplan A bad cold starts with…
November 21, 2014/by Marshall Kaplan
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