By Asjylyn Loder, Anthony Dipaola and Grant Smith, Bloomberg |
December 13, 2012
Whether crude costs $60 a barrel or twice that amount, the U.S. is almost free of depending on imported energy and positioned to supplant Saudi Arabia as the world’s No. 1 producer of oil.
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