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CONTENTS Acknowledgments Author?s Note Preface CHAPTER 1 THE ?NEW? OIL INDUSTRY CHAPTER 2 TERRORISTS, NATIONALISTS, AND SHOCK ABSORBERS CHAPTER 3 SLF, PART ONE: BIOFUEL CHAPTER 4 SLF, PART TWO: UNCONVENTIONAL FOSSIL FUELS CHAPTER 5 THE ?POWER? OF EFFICIENCY CHAPTER 6 ?EVERY DROP OF OIL WE CAN GET IS IMPORTANT TO HAVE? CHAPTER 7 THE NEW OIL ECONOMY? CHAPTER 8 THE COMPLETE LIST OF COMPANIES TO WATCH AND WHY (Plus why the Corvette should be the symbol of the new oil industry) Appendix A 2012 U.S. Biofuel Market Forecast Appendix B Primer on why gasoline?s ?true? cost in 2006 was more than $11 a gallon Appendix C Valuable energy news web sites Appendix D Glossary Notes Index TO COME
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Petroleum industry and trade -- United States.
Petroleum reserves -- United States.
Energy policy -- United States.
Energy development -- United States.