February 25, 2013

Global Fuel Market Needs Real Competition

Marshall Kaplan, Orange County Register


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Open up your paper, smartphone, computer or tablet and you will see two different kinds of stories, which, taken together, appear inconsistent. Gas prices are rising again throughout the U.S. and causing increased fuel costs. But don't fret too long. Salvation is near! . .

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TAGGED: Energy Exports, U.S. Energy Policy, Global Oil, Oil, Global Oil Consumption, Global Oil Market, Orange County Register

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