Is the U.S. Suffering From a New Energy Crisis?

Guests: Frank Murkowski Republican Senator from Alaska Chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Representative Edward Markey Democratic Congressman from Massachusetts Severin Borenstein Director, University of California Energy Institute, Berkeley, CA John Felmy Chief Economist for the American Petroleum Institute The United States is the world's biggest energy consumer. Now, President Bush says the nation is facing the worst energy crisis since the 1970's. Is the U.S. energy supply really in trouble? Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at U.S. energy policy.



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