Source: Deloitte

Category: Economy, Energy

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3 Responses to “Oil Boom’s Effect On The U.S. Economy”

  1. supercorm says:

    So finally, we are, like in The Matrix, just on this planet to produce energy …

  2. Futuredome says:

    now now, it is filling in the demand gap for energy and allowing the US to fill in its losses via globalization. The American people want to rebuild the late 20th century and that is what they are getting. Once Germany gives up and starts printing, that will lay the foundation for the next global credit boom.

    Of course by 2030 the energy will be gone, peak oil will have truly emerged………right when the earth is shifting into +PDO/warm mode and global temps surge into new stratas. Give the Americans what they want and they can stuff their face for another 15 years.