Energy policy leaves G7 meeting without consensus

Rome • The U.S. administration’s review of energy policy forced the G-7 meeting of top energy officials to close without issuing a customary joint declaration. Italy’s economic development minister, Carlo Calenda, told a news conference Monday that it was “not possible to sign a final joint declaration, since it would not cover the whole range of topics in the agenda.” U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry represented the United States at the two-day meeting, which included discussion of energy secur...

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