United States energy dominance. This is the key principle highlighted by Donald Trump in presenting Energy Week in the United States, and announced as the common denominator of the whole series of encounters taking place in the coming 7 days. This position of supremacy, according to the American President, must be founded on providing growing boosts for the production and export of oil and gas, and also of coal... as he declared repeatedly during his presidential election campaign. The event promoted by the White House will focus above all on U.S. labor issues and global influence, following on the heels of similar theme events in recent weeks focused on the subjects of employment and infrastructure. On Monday June 26 Rick Perry, the Trump administration’s Energy Secretary, declared that he was confident that America will succeed in “opening the road to the global energy dominance of the United States”, by exporting oil, gas and coal on the global market, while also promoting nuclear energy and renewable energy sources powered by wind and sunlight. The theme of energy had already been highlighted by Trump during his recent meeting in Washington with the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, especially in relation to the subject of US export of its natural gas to New Delhi.