A. In Siduria the rate of fuel consumption is rising no more quickly than the rate of fuel production.
Best answer. It is assumed that due to the new program the consumption will not grow at a faster pace than the production
B. Domestic production of natural gas is rising faster than is domestic production of oil in Siduria.
Argument doesn't depend on this, since the bottom line is how much fuel is consumed vs. produced
C. No fuel other than natural gas is expected to be used as a replacement for oil in Siduria.
Not relevant, other sources not part of the argument.
D. Buildings cannot be heated by solar energy rather than by oil or natural gas.
E. All new homes that are being built will have natural-gas-burning heating systems.
Argument doesn't mention construction rate, or old homes vs. new homes.
A for me.
Agree with Empanado.
A -- Correctly takes care of the consumption and production of both types of fuel.
B, C and D - agree with Empanado's reasoning.
E - only targets the natural gas issue. The oil issue is still unresolved.
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