North America’s Energy Corridor-Part 2
August 23, 2021
In part one, the focus was on Mexico and its past, current and future energy observations. The ideal situation for the U.S., Mexico and Canada’s energy future would be better served with a strong energy alliance. Currently, each of the three countries are all looking at the energy future in an independent way, versus together. For example, in the U.S., it appears that policies, especially energy policy, are hastily being presented without consideration of all energy and environmental disciplines. The U.S. and the North American energy corridor would be best served with a roadmap of embracing all forms of energy in order to arrive at the correct energy mix for energy use and environmental preservation.