Cures for U.S. oil supply concerns
New study points to 30% hike in world volumes, debunking other claims; Canadian pipeline plans lend weight to chances of relief
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
Roiled by the loss of supply from Alaska, growing instability in the Middle East and an uncertain hurricane season, there isnít much cause for comfort in todayís U.S. domestic oil markets.
But the future is not without hope.
A fresh study by Cambridge Energy Research Associates challenges the doom-a....
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Pipeline projects in the works
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