Daniel Weiss

Center for American Progress

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Senior fellow and Director of Climate Strategy at the Center for American Progress

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In North Africa and the Middle East, recent disruptions are all about politics and liberation from despotic regimes.  For the energy industry and for speculators it's the price of oil…

Politics, Oil Production and the Price of Gasoline

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Moammar Gadhafi may or may not be driven from power. In the meantime, unrest and international sanctions have cut Libya's oil production by half.

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Moammar Gadhafi may or may not be driven from power. In the meantime, unrest and international sanctions have cut Libya's oil production by half.

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Whatever the President says tonight about global warming, the  Environmental Protection Agency  is the next House-Republican target after  healthcare reform .

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Whatever the President says tonight about global warming, the Environmental Protection Agency is the next House-Republican target after healthcare reform .

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