The Biden Administration And Energy Part I – Domestic Policy

SourceForbes
SectorOil & Gas
CountryMiddle east

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE - JANUARY 07: U.S. President-elect Joe Biden delivers remarks as vice ... [+] president-elect Kamala Harris (R) looks on before announcing his choices for attorney general and other leaders of the Justice Department at The Queen theater January 07, 2021 in Wilmington, Delaware. Biden nominated Judge Merrick Garland to be attorney general, Lisa Monaco to be deputy attorney general, Vanita Gupta to be associate attorney general, and Kristen Clarke to be assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division.

(Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) Getty Images When President Biden takes office on January 20, among the many other obstacles, issues and problems that he will need to deal with is an impending polar vortex that meteorologists now predict will descend upon the United States starting in mid-January. At the same time, Mr. Biden will also assume responsibility for fighting the continuing COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. Dealing with both natural disasters will require enormous amounts of energy. It will be President Biden’s job to make sure that energy is provided to those who need it, and to do so he will need to use all of the resources available to him. The immediate concern will ...read more...