Are World's Oil Reserves Running Dry?

Emrich, Anne Bond
October 2004
Grand Rapids Business Journal;10/4/2004, Vol. 22 Issue 41, p7
Highlights a workshop discussion on the status of world oil reserves, which was led by Crystal Flash Energy president Tom Fehsenfeld in Grand Rapids, Michigan in September 2004. Statistics on crude oil production in the U.S.; Factors affecting the prices of oil; Tactics to diversify the energy resources of the U.S.


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