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Innovation is key to dealing with these possible problems.
It depends a lot on the time of year, as well as the way you do the math.
Higher oil prices are a sign of a global economic boom, not inflation.
Facing continued pressure from environmental groups opposed to increased mandates for ethanol production, world ethanol leaders took the offensive today, issuing their first joint statement in conjunction with F. O. Licht's World Ethanol Conference being held in Amsterdam.
Is aid or greater efficiency the answer for those in need?
How deep are consumers' woes? Well, it depends on how you do the math.
U.S. News Senior Writer Marianne Lavelle has turned blogger today as she begins a blog on usnews.com titled "Beyond the Barrel," where she will discuss the nation's energy matters. Lavelle recently wrote a cover story on the new age of energy, which discusses how Silicon Valley companies are financially backing solar and other new energy technology.
Speculators may be betting against the ability of OPEC to ramp up production.
PetroChina's debut on the Shanghai exchange triples its value to more than $1 trillion.
Despite the Democrats' finger-pointing, any real connection remains murky.