January 14, 2013

Why You Shouldn't Read Energy Outlooks

Maxx Chatsko, Motley Fool


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Every year the leading multinational energy companies and government energy agencies release their projections for world production and consumption. Every year the media scrambles to create headlines from the most brazen predictions. Every year the awful predictions from previous years fade from memory. . .

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