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OilPrice: Why Shale Oil is Not the Game Changer We Have Been Led to Believe - Part 1.

In the past 22 years, half of all of the oil ever burned has been burned.  Such is the nature of exponentially increasing demand.  And the oil burned in the last 22 years was the easy and cheap stuff discovered 30 to 40 years ago.

01/18/13 • 10:36 AM • EconomicsEnvironmentalPolitics • 1 Comment

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