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U.S. military looks to cut its addiction to oil

Aug 29, 2011
The need to maintain oil supply lines in combat puts soldiers at risk
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Keystone pipeline decision is pivotal for environmentalists

Aug 26, 2011
It's expected that the State Department will release its final environmental assessment of the Keystone XL pipeline. There have been protests in Washington against the pipeline for two weeks.
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High price of oil spurs demand for petroleum engineers

Aug 24, 2011
Students flock to college programs in the field with six-figure starting salaries as incentive
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Rush for Libya's oil

Aug 23, 2011
As the conflict ends, the fate of Libya's damaged oil industry rests with the National Ruling Council.
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Stability in Libya may not lower gas prices at home

Aug 23, 2011
Will the end of the conflict in Libya mean lower prices at the pump? Juli Niemann explains why we might not feel the difference in our wallets any time soon.
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Good news for Libyan rebels cheers global markets

Aug 22, 2011
If the conflict in Libya ends, much of its oil production will eventually resume. But how much of that will really affect global prices for crude?
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End to conflict in Libya could mean lower gas prices

Aug 22, 2011
As the rule of Col. Muammar Gaddafi in Libya seems to near an end, the country could start producing oil again. But will it be enough to knock prices down?
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Libya developments ease oil prices

Aug 22, 2011
Experts say any new government in Libya will quickly restore the country's oil exports. This leads to greater certainty and lower oil prices
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Oil price ripple effects

Aug 10, 2011
High prices last week, low prices this week. That volatility carries a cost
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Lower oil prices mean cheaper gas

Aug 10, 2011
One silver lining of this week's bad financial news could stick around through the end of the year
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