ANWR price impact minimal, EIA says
Report suggests ANWR production would have minimal impact on oil prices, greater impact on balance of trade, pipeline throughput
Oil production from the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge would reduce the price of crude oil by no more than $1.44 per barrel, according to a new Department of Energy study.
The report challenges recent arguments that oil just from the coastal plan (1002 area) of the refuge would ease record gasoline....
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