Vincent Lauerman

President, Geopolitics Central

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President of Geopolitics Central, a consultancy based in Calgary, Canada; former editor of the journal, Geopolitics of Energy

Vincent Lauerman on KCRW

Since a high of $147 a barrel in July, the price of oil has dropped like a stone.  It’s now about $45 a barrel.

The Price of Gasoline: Good News and Bad

Since a high of $147 a barrel in July, the price of oil has dropped like a stone.  It’s now about $45 a barrel.

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Since the high of $147 a barrel in July, the price of oil has dropped like a stone, to about $45 a barrel.

The Price of Gasoline: Good News and Bad

Since the high of $147 a barrel in July, the price of oil has dropped like a stone, to about $45 a barrel.

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