April 9, 2012

The Reason It's Called Texas Tea

Charles Stockdale, 24/7 Wall St.


Fortune

As gas prices reach record highs across many parts of the country, Americans have been blaming oil companies. But as much as they are disliked, the oil and gas industry is also an indispensable part of many states and an asset to their local economies. 24/7 Wall St. has identified the 10 states with the most oil reserves, or the estimated amount of oil in the state, and examined the effects that the industry has on their economies. . .

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