U.S. Policy and the Price of Oil

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The price of gas has everyone talking, especially SUV drivers. Politicians from both parties are making political hay of the issue. Join NPR's Lynn Neary and guests for a discussion on the global oil economy, U.S. policy and how it all affects the price you pay at the pump.


Robert Ebel
*Chairman of the energy program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

Scott Horsley
*NPR business reporter

Phil Flynn
*Vice president and senior oil analyst at Alaron Trading



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