Energy independence is a popular political goal, but not an especially realistic one. We’ll talk what changes, if any, may ahead for U.S. energy policy.

Guests

  • Dilip Hiro author of "Blood of the Earth." Regular contributor to The Observer, The Guardian, the Washington Post and The Nation and the author of more than 20 books.
  • Bob Greco Downstream Group Director, American Petroleum Institute
  • Jason Grumet executive director, National Commission on Energy Policy

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