HOUSTON, Nov 21 (Reuters) - No single renewable energy product can immediately replace oil, but a combination of hydrogen, wind and agricultural by-products may be able to cut U.S. dependence on one of the nation's most-coveted resources in the next 10 to 20 years, government and industry officials said on Thursday. Speaking at a conference on voluntary steps the oil industry can take to reduce climate change, the officials and executives said a mix of non-renewable and renewable energy ...
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