Opportunity Cost

Easterbrook, Gregg
May 2000
New Republic;05/15/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 20, p21
Focuses on the impact of oil supply and demand in the global economy. Information about the global consumption of oil and gasoline; Comparison of arguments of oil availability between Colin Campbell, former Texaco geologist, and Michael Lynch, petroleum economist; Significance of transition of oil companies to alternative energy sources such as ethanol and methanol; Description of environmental concerns related to the alternative to exorbitant fossil use.


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