Reopening and Rebuilding All Energy Sources is the Key to Righting the Economic Ship

What would you do if the President of the United States called you and asked how you would right the economic ship in relation to energy? That’s the question we posed to economist and oil expert Tim Snyder.

His solution begins with reopening and rebuilding all sources of energy that have been rolled back in recent years. He also highlights the Keystone XL pipeline as a crucial part of his plans.

Tim’s Thoughts:

What would you do if the president called you today and asked you your opinion to right this economic ship? I said I wrote about this about a year and a half ago, and I said here are my steps. First step is to reopen all channels and sources of energy, including fossil fuels and nuclear within the United States.

The second step of obviously would be repair or replace our gasoline and diesel refineries that go in and restart the Keystone XL pipeline. And other pipelines that the administration has killed or planned to kill. The third step would be to provide financial incentives like we had in the Trump administration to keep the lifeblood of American business diesel fuel flowing and make sure our corporations and producers can go ahead and continue their reopening that they did after the pandemic from last year or year before.

Step four is to allow the US economy to build back to full steam. We need to repair the distribution chain bottlenecks that we’ve had that were left over from the covid shutdowns that would need to be done immediately. But there are several other changes that have happened in the US and around the world.

Follow us on social media for the latest updates in B2B!

Image

Latest

telecom project success in healthcare
Telecom Project Success in Healthcare Usually Comes Down to Working with the Right Decision Maker
April 15, 2024

In the rapidly evolving landscape of healthcare technology, telecommunications plays a crucial role. As healthcare providers increasingly rely on digital solutions—from telemedicine to electronic health records—telecom companies are finding new opportunities and challenges in this sector. Successfully implementing telecom projects in healthcare requires a nuanced understanding of the industry’s legacy communications infrastructure, unique demands […]

Read More
visitor management systems
Enhance Security with Faster Adoption of Digital Visitor Management Systems
April 15, 2024

As workplaces evolve into hybrid environments, the urgency to replace traditional paper logbooks with advanced digital visitor management systems has become a critical focus for organizations aiming to bolster security. The reliance on outdated methods poses significant security risks, a concern highlighted by increasing incidents of unauthorized access and data breaches globally. This pressing […]

Read More
access control
Redefining Access Control: Mobile Credentials Integrate Security, Privacy, and IT Seamlessly
April 15, 2024

As businesses increasingly lean on technology to enhance security and operational efficiency, the topic of access control has surged to the forefront. This rise is particularly driven by advancements in mobile credential technology—a shift from traditional physical credentials to digital solutions hosted on personal devices like smartphones. The growing ubiquity of smartphones and heightened […]

Read More
brick-and-mortar store resurgence
Unique In-Store Experiences Are Driving a Brick-And-Mortar Retail Resurgence
April 15, 2024

What’s behind the recent brick-and-mortar store resurgence? Could it be that big box stores recognize the one-of-a-kind shopping experiences that can occur in person? Finding unique ways to capitalize on those in-store experiences may lead to a brighter future for retail. Big box stores are reasserting the importance of their physical presence, continuing to […]

Read More