Table of contents for Future energy : how the new oil industry will change people, politics and portfolios / Bill Paul.

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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.