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"Opening the Fuel Market:
A Key to Economic Recovery"

Wed, Feb. 29, 2012 [1:00p.m]
2168 Rayburn House Office Bldg

Click HERE to download PDF. (700kb)

Our Purpose :

Keep America's energy supply secure, plentiful, and cheap.

We're for more.

  • More oil
  • More natural gas
  • More coal
  • More methanol
  • More biofuels
  • More fuel choice at the pump
  • More nuclear power
  • More hydroelectric, geothermal, wind, and solar power
  • More research into fusion and other advanced power sources
  • More fuel and electricity development of every kind

Our Program: No limits to growth. We oppose all such constraints, whether imposed by foreign cartels, international bureaucracies, nongovernmental litigators, or domestic regulators. We reject the idea that energy supplies, or the right to use them, should be rationed.

Fire is humanity's gift, and the basis of all civilization. No government should be in the business of trying to take it away.

No limits to growth. No chains for our future. Energy for all.

That's our stand.

Join Us

American Energy Featured Article

National Review Online

Methanol Wins

It's time to open up the Open Road with H.R. 1687.
[Robert Zubrin, December 1, 2011]   On August 2, I published an open wager on National Review Online. I offered to bet up to ten people $10,000 each that I could take my 2007 Chevy Cobalt, which is not a flex-fuel car, and, running it on 100 percent methanol, get at least 24 miles per gallon on the highway. Since methanol averages less than half the price of gasoline and can readily be made from coal, natural gas, or any kind of biomass without exception this would demonstrate superior transportation economy from a non-petroleum fuel that is producible from plentiful American resources.
But some people, while refusing to take the bet, still demanded that I conduct the test anyway. I did, and here are the results. Read more : HERE

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