March 30, 2012

North American Energy Could Change the World

Victor D. Hanson, Investor's Business Daily


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The world was reinvented in the 1970s by soaring oil prices and massive transfers of national wealth. It could be again if the price of petroleum crashes — a real possibility given the amazing estimates about the new gas and oil reserves on the North American continent. . .

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TAGGED: Natural Gas, Oil, Global Energy Consumption, Global Energy Market, North America, Energy Innovation, Energy Outlook, Investors Business Daily

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