January 10, 2012
| Frank A. Verrastro, David Pumphrey, Guy CarusoThat said, desperate nations driven to the brink sometimes do desperate and unpredictable things, and even if short lived, disruption to shipping in the Gulf would undoubtedly wreak havoc in oil markets
Following the recent spike in gasoline prices, the No Oil Producing Exporting Cartels (“NOPEC”) Act has once again gained popularity. The act seeks to hold OPEC member states liable for violations of U.S. antitrust legislation for what are seen as...
Q: This week an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico exploded and caught fire. At this time, 11 crewmen on that rig are still missing. Does of this tragic accident have any implications for U.S. energy supply?