Two grim words — ‘hollowed out’ — routinely surface when we speak about America’s once formidable industrial and manufacturing prowess. Once inextricable to growth and progress, our industrial primacy was already slipping when a shortsighted notion took root back in the 1980s and then spread like crabgrass.
The U.S.-Saudi relationship is growing paradoxically both more contentious and more collaborative. What does that mean for the oil industry?
But is he willing to embrace the policies of past administrations in order to achieve that goal?
The threats to U.S. LNG range from external shocks, Asian governments keeping their doors closed, and the need to finish domestic investment.