Here comes $75 oil

Fleming, Patrick
April 2014
Wyoming Business Report;Apr2014, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p20
The article focuses on the implications to Russia if oil price goes to $75 and the benefit of lower oil prices to the U.S. economy. Topics discussed include the energy sector's profit and longer-term energy market outlook if oil price is realized at $75, the reduced income from taxes and royalties, and the best investors and traders who are able to profit from the difference between the actual and future price.


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