(adds closing oil price) By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Dwindling fuel supplies and soaring prices of crude oil and natural gas have President George W. Bush "greatly" concerned about U.S. energy costs, the White House said on Friday. Jitters about a potential U.S. military strike against Iraq, a cold snap in Eastern states and a curb in oil imports from Venezuela have boosted energy costs. Average U.S. retail gasoline prices may surpass a record $1.71 per gallon as ...
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