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new question of the month

Respond to this month’s Question of the Month on Mechanical Engineering magazine and add your comments. We want to hear from you!

This month’s question is:

How much should we rely on deepwater oil production to supply our future energy needs?

Select from:

  1. It’s a critical resource we need to exploit fully.
  2. It will help at the margins, but it isn’t a solution to our energy needs.
  3. Or, the expense and risk involved will limit its potential.
PLUS add your comments. CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE QUESTION.
This month’s question will be up until the end of the month. Results will be posted in the December issue of Mechanical Engineering magazine and also on this blog.

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