Could a series of small oil supply disruptions send oil prices into the stratosphere? Former Defense Department and CIA officials say that might be the case, according to their predictions about tight world energy markets.
What kind of events would cause oil prices to hit $100 per barrel? Does the energy bill address this problem at all? And how will a proposed Chinese takeover of Unocal affect the United States?
Jason Grumet, executive director of the National Commission on Energy Policy, discusses how security experts are answering these questions.
A 20:33 minute piece, appearing on the June 30 edition of "On Point." There's also a "Focus On" segment devoted to the China oil deal.
Energy and Environment Television (E&ETV) seems to be a neutral source of information. They bill themselves as "The Premier Information Source for Professionals Who Track Environmental and Energy Policy." From their website:
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Update July 1
The editorial director of E&ETV says in a message:
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