The results may surprise you. But, really, they probably won't:
KPMG LLP’s Global Energy Institute released its annual energy survey this week. It polled 382 oil and gas executives in April, more than three-quarters of whom said energy independence is not attainable by 2030 or beyond.So just in case you were wondering, those executives who have profited mightily under a dirty fuels only policy would still prefer to do so.
Despite the fact that America’s energy consumption far outpaces its production, the survey — sent out to petroleum executives only — seemed to focus on energy independence as it pertains to renewables and alternatives.