March 15, 2012
Helping South Sudan Cost Us Cheap Oil
Benny Avni, New York Post
The politicians aren’t talking about it, but one big reason we’re paying more for gas is a bipartisan US foreign-policy success — the independence of South Sudan. The oil-rich nation stopped pumping in late January because its petroleum must go to market via Sudan proper, its former overlord, and Sudan was charging exorbitant fees for transit. . .
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