Investor's Business Daily
--- Relentless news coverage of oil prices has obscured a bigger story. We’re witnessing the emergence of a new oil era in which America becomes a player in global petroleum geopolitics. And none too soon. Read More
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Manhattan Institute Paper
-- The majority of world petroleum trade remains dominated by nation-state companies, often directed by authoritarian regimes that wield energy riches as weapons of influence or intimidation. There has never been a more opportune time for America to capture the geopolitical "soft power" benefits from greater oil production and
exports. Read More
360 Review Magazine - University of Mary
If oil didn’t exist, we’d invent it. It is a uniquely dense fuel with Goldilocks attributes: just the right combination of transportability, storability, safety and cost. That’s why civilization consumes nearly $2 trillion worth of oil a year. It’s the world’s largest traded commodity, with food in second place trading at 20 percent less.