Falling Crude Prices Reveal The Flaw Of 'Energy Independence' – Forbes


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Falling Crude Prices Reveal The Flaw Of ‘Energy Independence’
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The declining price of oil is exposing the flawed notion of energy independence. Global crude prices have fallen 25 percent since June, and the price of West Texas Intermediate crude, the U.S. benchmark, hovers around $80 a barrel. The price decline
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