STEVE AUSTIN | 2008/01/04
The US Department of Energy (DOE) "Annual Energy Outlook, 2007" was for crude oil prices to be around $57 per barrel and as you know we closed 2007 at over $95, so needless to say, the DOE was way off the mark on that one.
Being unable to predict oil prices is disappointing, to say the least, when you have 16,000 federal employes to do just that
and are funded with $23.4 billion of your taxpayer money .
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Published on 2008/01/04 by STEVE AUSTIN
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