Michael Ross

University of California, Los Angeles

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Professor of Political Science at UCLA and author of The Oil Curse: How Petroleum Wealth Shapes the Development of Nations

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With twice the oil and three times the natural gas previously estimated — and plenty of coal -- in just a few years the US could produce more fuel than it burns.

'Energy Independence:' Good News or Bad?

With twice the oil and three times the natural gas previously estimated — and plenty of coal -- in just a few years the US could produce more fuel than it burns.

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