November 26, 2012

Obama's Energy Mandate: More Oil and Gas

Peter Glover, Energy Tribune


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During the presidential campaign Barack Obama was “economical with the truth” to say the least on energy matters. Claiming personal credit for the success of the shale gas and oil industry took some ‘Chicago politics’ hutzpah given the development took place mostly on private land. . .

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