April 6, 2012

Surprising Facts on Energy

Sean Brokrick, Uncommon Wisdom


Uncommon Wisdom

There’s a lot going on in the energy markets, from saber-rattling in the Middle East to battles over energy bills here in the United States.

But if you look beneath the headlines, there are a lot of facts that many Americans just don’t know — facts that will affect the price you pay for energy both near- and long-term.

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TAGGED: Oil, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Energy Supplies, United States, Energy Investment, Energy

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