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Energy security has been a primary concern of American foreign policy for decades and is always a key concern during election years. This year is no exception, though the combined impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, an oil price war, and massive economic shutdowns have created uncertainty for businesses, consumers, and industry. What’s crucial now, experts said at a digital panel hosted by The Hill, is to create a flexible policy framework that will allow for future recovery.

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Former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar described America’s changing energy outlook during his years in government and offered his insight on what it would look like during a webinar hosted by the Colorado Energy & Water Institute. Salazar described how energy independence is tied to national security and is a goal that consecutive administrations sought for decades—largely without success.