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Energy Experts: Iraq-Drive Oil Price Rise Likely Temporaryi
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Mil Arcega
June 13, 2014 6:40 PM
World oil prices are at their highest levels of the year as escalating violence in Iraq threatens to disrupt oil exports. Iraq is a major oil-producing nation, and a serious disruption there could have significant impact on energy prices. But, as Mil Arcega reports, energy analysts say there’s no reason to panic - just yet.

Energy Experts: Iraq-Drive Oil Price Rise Likely Temporary

Published June 13, 2014

World oil prices are at their highest levels of the year as escalating violence in Iraq threatens to disrupt oil exports. Iraq is a major oil-producing nation, and a serious disruption there could have significant impact on energy prices. But, as Mil Arcega reports, energy analysts say there’s no reason to panic - just yet.


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