It’s a great site, lays out the case pretty well:
“ANWR represents the nation’s best geologic prospects for major new onshore oil discoveries, and only the 1.5 million acres (8 percent) on the northern coast of ANWR is being considered for development. The remaining 17.5 million acres (92 percent) of ANWR will remain permanently closed to any kind of development. If oil is discovered, less than 2,000 acres of the Coastal Plain would actually be affected – or less than half of one percent.”
Here’s a copy of their flyer that announces their arrival and lists their features.
And so we say welcome to the blogosphere and we look forward to working with them to open our own resources to our use, in order to drive down the price of energy. No other country limits access to its own natural resources, why should we?
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