A new national debate now appears virtually certain in the wake of Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)- and reformulation-driven U.S. gasoline prices and the jump in natural gas to $4.70/million Btu, twice last year's price. And with energy analyst expectations that heating oil prices will be high this coming winter, reflecting low supplies and other factors, energy policy debate is expected to intensify and to be enormously complicated. Unlike the OPEC cut-off of oil ...
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