2011: The Year in Foreign Oil

​We kick off 2012 with a great deal of optimism for the CNGnow movement. We expect to see more CNG at the pump, more natural gas vehicles on the road and more demand for this truly American energy solution from people just like you. In short, we’re expecting a very big year. Still, it’s important to pause and reflect on why we need such a drastic shift in U.S. energy policy in the first place, and that starts with one simple question: How much money do we spend on foreign oil?

Here’s a look:


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Don’t forget to share this with your friends. With your help, we can take a bite out of $450 billion and make our country more energy independent in 2012…and beyond.​


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chadosko
If it took you one minute to read this, the U.S. spent over $850,000 on foreign oil in that time period. Bummer!
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Milam
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Rodger Ani-Okoye (Rodger Okoye)
Things appear to be changing quite rapidly now, as USA becomes a more self reliant nation, in the area of oil that is. I wonder what kind of implications that will have on the global economy. I think it will be a good thing, less wars.

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mario
What you have given here is completely true. Every year we expect to see more CNG vehicles and business. But nothing changes much and we get to see the rise of oil prices every now and then. I liked the fact that you have given a complete report over the topic.
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