Tariffs threaten US energy gains, but quotas would be even worse

We’ve made progress in energy. Let’s not mess it up.

(From The Washington Examiner)

Trade restrictions pose enough threat already to the U.S. energy industry, which requires steel not only for pipelines to transport energy, but for machinery that produces it and facilities that refine and export it. Throw another wrench in the industry’s ability to supply natural gas and oil to American households and businesses, and the energy gains that have benefited the entire economy — and national security — will be in jeopardy.

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