January 16, 2012

When Oil Doesn't Flow

Toni Johnson, Council on Foreign Relations


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At a time of rising dependence on oil, the potential for supply disruptions and the stability of energy-rich regions pose major concerns. While disruptions can happen anywhere along the supply chain, certain areas are particularly vulnerable. . .

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TAGGED: Oil Production, Energy Security, Oil Prices, Oil, Foreign Oil, Global Oil Market, Council On Foreign Relations

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