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October 16, 2006


Dave Iverson

Forbes' Daniel Fisher calls Peak Oil paranoia "The Misplaced Assumption" : "That peak oil production is just around the corner, meaning global oil supply will begin an inexorable downward slide. Higher prices will continue to stimulate the discovery of new reserves for at least another century." (12/20/05)


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