After making the clean energy campaign, President Joe Biden plans to set off one more oil-sector boom before shadows descend on fossil fuels. On Wednesday, a $2.25 trillion infrastructure proposal was unveiled. President Joe Biden embarked on $115 billion for roads and bridges and another $16 billion to put the laid-off oilfield laborers to work. The attempt is to plug the abandoned wells across the nation.
In addition to the above, sweeping investments in electric vehicles and renewable power also keep up with the sector’s green tinge. Since taking office, President Joe Biden has been more boon than bane for a fossil fuel industry. It was wary of the ascendance of a politician bent on accelerating the energy transition. The president’s focus on things like expediting Covid-19 vaccinations and clamping the reckless environmental practices have had the effect of boosting fuel demand.
Old wells and securing defunct coal mines – some of them have been abandoned for more than a century for places like Pennsylvania – mean that the paychecks will be thrown out of high-paying jobs during the back-to-back oil busts, which started in 2014. Even though the details remained scant on how the broad brush plan will be implemented, fossil fuels’ opposing forces have laid out precautions.