Thru the Trump adm., the amount of electricity generated by renewables increased to 17%, nuclear 20%. Fossil fuels declined to 63%. Obviously that trend will continue. Which will conserve our finite supply, and the competition will prevent the huge spikes (and conflicts) that we've all experienced for decades. So what is your real worry? Being on the wrong side of the climate science issue, that becomes clearer & clearer to more Americans every year?I'm caught in the middle of both sides on this issue. I believe strongly in the protection and limited use of fossil fuels to preserve them for generations to come, but I also am a realist and do not like nations who are willing to pump and supply oil to get rich off of our not pumping. The fuel is still being burnt because we are addicted to energy for our daily lives.