February 06, 2014

Transcript: Unconventional Energy and U.S. National Security

CNAS held an event featuring remarks on energy and national security byformer National Security Advisor Thomas E. Donilon and the rollout of a major new report of the CNAS Unconventional Energy and U.S. National Security Task Force, Energy Rush: Shale Production and U.S. National Security.  

Download a full transcript of the event here.

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