Yogi Berra and the price of diesel fuel

Sauer, Bruce
December 2010
Trailer / Body Builders;Dec2010, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p4
Trade Publication
The author expresses his opinion on problems in the petroleum industry in the U.S. Among the petroleum-related issues facing the U.S. are dependency on imported oil and failure to address the strategic needs of the nation particularly in gasoline and diesel. He cites the pros and cons of the decision of the administration of President Barack Obama to scale back offshore oil drilling for the oil industry. He mentions the importance of fuel to the trucking industry.


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