The Obama administration just released its inaugural Quadrennial Energy Review (QER).
The aim of the 348-page report, which was ordered by a Presidential Memorandum in January 2014, is to help the U.S. government create a "comprehensive and integrated energy strategy" by identifying the roadblocks to providing affordable and secure energy and energy services for the country.
The QER's concerns mirror those I have considered in Oil Energy Investor and even addressed before the queen's Windsor Energy Consultation last month at Windsor Castle outside London.
And as the severity of the problems outlined in the QER become apparent, there are going to be some very nice opportunities for investors to profit.
However, the report neglected to address a number of key issues that are crucial to understanding the challenges in the energy sector.