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Oil Sands Emerging as Important Energy Source

Oil sands are a small part of the world’s current energy supply but their importance is growing. Oil sands are sand or dirt that is saturated with crude oil, and they exist in many countries. In processing, surface sands are … Continue reading

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Why Is Gasoline Almost $4 a Gallon?

On January 20, 2009 when Barack Hussein Obama first took office gasoline cost $1.85 a gallon. Today it averages up to $4 a gallon and more. Why? First, it has often been said that “the president of the United States … Continue reading

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Keystone Pipeline Delay Forces Energy Prices Up

Foxnews.com recently reported that “The head of a major labor union is lambasting President Obama over the latest delay on the Keystone XL pipeline, six years after it was initially proposed.” So this is supposed to be significant, that “the … Continue reading

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Vast New American Oil, Gas Supplies are Emerging

Here is a fascinating excerpt from bbc.co.uk, the internet site of the state-owned BBC (British Broadcasting Company): A steeper-than-expected rise in US shale oil reserves is about to change the global balance of power between new and existing producers, a … Continue reading

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