Back to the Drawing Board

Husband David says:

Hill opponents of oil development in the Out-Continental Shelf and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge say no more land for oil exploration until the oil companies drill in the 68 million acres in leases they already hold. Drilling hasn’t begun in these areas because oil hasn’t been found in sufficient quantities to make drilling economic.The call to drill in areas where there may be no oil at all is only slightly more moronic than their last big idea — drilling for fuel in corn fields.

Maybe their plans could use a little work.

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