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Thank you very much. It's good to be in Boston. I'd like to thank Peter Rollins, your president, for the invitation to join you. And Tom May, thank you for that very kind introduction. You all represent some of the leading enterprises in this region, and your reputation goes well beyond New England. Some of you lead large firms with famous names. Others preside over newer companies that have risen quickly and aim even higher. One thing we all have in common is that we can learn a lot from one another. So I look forward to talking with you today about energy
in America and answering your questions.
Let me start with the economy.