It would appear the American Gas and oil companies are not to stifled by todays "liberal policies"<quoted text>
So just to be clear. The liberal definition of diversity is different than the actual definition. Thanks for confirming what I already suspected. This also gives a little more clarity as to why the policies of liberals simply don't make sense and why they simply don't work. THANKS BARN!!!
The revolution in American oil and gas increasingly spreads its benefits through the economy. Our crude-oil production, after declining for the past 20 years, is suddenly rocketing and will keep doing so for the rest of the decade, says the Energy Information Administration's just-released outlook. Natural-gas production will boom for at least the next three decades. A resulting industrial renaissance is already under way. Chemical and plastics makers -- Dow (DOW), Mitsubishi, and others -- are building new plants around the country, a stunning turnaround for an industry that has been shutting U.S. plants for years. The Timken Co.(TKR) is expanding a mill in Ohio to make specialty steels for the oil and gas industry. Railroads are adding cars to haul the rising output of many industries. Best of all, much of the new production will be exported -- shrinking our trade deficit and bringing jobs and GDP growth to the U.S.
This story is from the February 4, 2013 issue of Fortune.