President Obama has said he supports expanded domestic oil and gas production as part of an 'all of the above' strategy designed to promote energy independence. But Republicans accuse the president of promulgating unnecessary regulations, moving too slow to increase domestic production, and picking winners and losers in support of green technologies while de-emphasizing readily-available resources.
Can we decrease America's energy costs while reducing our dependency on foreign oil? How does the Administration's fuel and energy efficiency standards impact industry, consumers and the environment? And, how do domestic fossil fuels such as petroleum, coal and natural gas fit in the President's energy strategy?
Join National Journal as we explore how striking the right balance between green technologies and existing energy sources could impact America's energy future and the U.S.