EIA cites stagnation, cuts oil price forecast
In October the 2009 West Texas intermediate crude oil price was projected to average $112 a barrel — in November that number was dropped to $63.50, just above half of the October projection.
That’s how much the world changed in a few weeks in the view of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Infor....
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