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The Problem With Oil Prices Is That They Are Not Low Enough

The problem with oil prices is that they are not low enough. Current oil prices are simply not low enough to stop over-production. Unless external investment capital is curtailed and producers learn to live within cash flow, a production surplus and low oil prices will persist for years. Energy Is The Economy GDP (gross domestic product) [...]
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