Robert Dillon

Columnist, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

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Reporter covering Alaska issues for Energy Intel, an energy trade publication; columnist for the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

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The price of oil crossed the $100-a-barrel threshold at the first of this year. Last week, it hit a record $147, then dropped below $130. But it's creeping up again today.

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The price of oil crossed the $100-a-barrel threshold at the first of this year. Last week, it hit a record $147, then dropped below $130. But it's creeping up again today.

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