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US imports of Middle Eastern crude are set to drop, and our exports just hit a 24 year high.
The recapture of al-Bab is a blow against ISIS, but the Turks’ hard-fought victory raises new questions about the next step of the campaign.
And that’s just as “flawed” of a modern energy source as it sounds.
China’s suspension of coal imports from North Korea serves as both a warning to Pyongyang and a signal to Washington.
California’s utopian high-speed rail project just got another wrench thrown in its gears—this time by the Trump administration.
…And it wasn’t long ago that the U.S. was worried about LNG imports.
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