Boca Raton, Florida (MMD Newswire) August 28, 2012 -- Many states have seen an influx in gas prices over the last several months. A pipeline rupture in Wisconsin caused a minor disruption in Canada's crude oil supply. This disruption had a ripple effect that reached all the way to Chicago area gas stations. The Detroit News reports on this effect. Joe Hilton, of Boca Raton, Florida, weighs in the country's reluctance to find a well-managed supply of energy resources.
The article, penned by U.S. Representative Candice S. Miller asserts, "President Barack Obama and his administration have stood in the way of expanding our access to a stable supply of energy. Nothing exemplifies this more than when Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline, which would provide our economy access to oil being produced by our friend and ally Canada." According to the article, the amount of oil the United States could receive from the Keystone XL pipeline would be an equal amount to what is currently imported from Venezuela.
Joe Hilton agrees and says that the United States' current resource for oil isn't even a stable supply. The article suggests that finding a more secure source of energy would improve the economy and support consumers in need of energy.
Many people support Obama's decision to deny the Keystone XL pipeline saying it would have been a bad call for the environment - one that would have had long-term effects on our air supply. Joe Hilton agrees with environmentalists but believes when it comes to moving the U.S. economy forward, a change must be made.
The article seems to echo Hilton's thoughts starting that while it's wise to look for alternative forms of sustainable energy, our current economy needs fuel to support its foreseeable future. "Energy practices such as solar panels, biofuels and windmills are worth developing but can't currently be used to power every company or power cars," commented Hilton.
Hilton agrees with the article's suggestions to expand the exploration of oil and gas throughout the American West, into Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico. As such, Joe Hilton of Boca Raton currently drills in American soil. "Oil is paramount to the efficiency of any economy," comments Hilton. While he looks forward to the day that our nation is completely energy independent, he says the United States isn't there quite yet.
Joe Hilton, of Boca Raton, Florida, is the Owner and President of Pacific-Northwestern Energy. He leads corporate offices at the Deerfield Beach location, where he puts his expertise regarding oil and natural gas drilling to work in expanding domestic oil production. Currently, Joe Hilton, of Boca Raton, Florida, is pursuing the Rock Castle drilling initiative. Through his work, Joe Hilton, from Boca Raton, expresses his entrepreneurial spirit by participating in several ventures. Some of his previous enterprises include United States Livestock and Quantum Seminars.
To learn more about the work of Joe Hilton, of Boca Raton, and Pacific-Northwestern Energy, visit pacific-northwestern.com.