After seizing several key oil production towns, Libyan rebels would like to resume crude exports...


After seizing several key oil production towns, Libyan rebels would like to resume crude exports within a week. Analysts remain skeptical over how much oil is actually controlled by the rebels and over the amount they will be able to move. Crude creeps back from steep early losses. USO -0.9%.

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  • Tony Petroski
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    "After seizing the Koch refinery American rebels stated they intend selling gasoline within a week..."

     

    I'm afraid Obama has dragged us into a quagmire. If you have no principles you have none to enforce.
    28 Mar 2011, 02:32 PM Reply Like
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