Here is the Energy source information in Texas - You can decide whether it was "All of the Above" strategy

Originally shared by U.S. Department of State

The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Energy Resources (ENR) recently partnered with the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) on a workshop for Department officers and foreign government officials from Africa, Europe, and Latin America to illustrate how the “all-of-the-above” Texas energy system can serve as a model for countries looking to integrate all types of energy into their electricity grid.

“Visits by U.S. diplomats and foreign energy experts provide valuable academic and field work experience,” said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on February 1st in Austin.

The U.S. Department of State’s energy collaboration with Texas is not new. A 25-year-old public-private partnership has provided Department officers in-depth training on energy issues in Houston. This partnership included American businesses, Rice University, the University of Houston, and trade associations such as the Petroleum Equipment and Services Association. The next training class starts February 5. The Department has also partnered with UT Austin to provide technical assistance to Mexico as the country deepens its regulatory capacity.

The Department also worked with the City of Houston as it successfully lined up international support for its successful bid to host the World Petroleum Congress in 2020, which will bring tourism and jobs to the United States.