Juli Niemann

Oil Analyst, Smith, Moore & Company

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Oil and Gas Analyst with Smith, Moore & Company in St. Louis, Missouri and co-author of The Complete Idiots Guide to the Politics of Oil

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Two hundred dollars a barrel for oil and $6 a gallon for gasoline--next year.  That's according to experts at Goldman Sachs.

The Economic Fallout of Chronically High Oil Prices

Two hundred dollars a barrel for oil and $6 a gallon for gasoline--next year.  That's according to experts at Goldman Sachs.

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Royal Dutch Shell's  total profits for last year  were $31 billion, a jump of 23 percent from last year.

Another Record Profit Announced by an Oil Company

Royal Dutch Shell's total profits for last year were $31 billion, a jump of 23 percent from last year.

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The rush is on for biofuels: to end dependence on oil, help solve global warming and create jobs for the rural poor.

Biofuels: The Benefits and the Bad News

The rush is on for biofuels: to end dependence on oil, help solve global warming and create jobs for the rural poor.

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