Item of General Interest
July 25. I added MP4 videos of the presentations I made while in China regarding Energy and the Economy to my Presentations/Podcasts page. There are a total of seven of them. I also provide links to the related presentations. You will need to scroll down to find these presentations, since there are a few more recent videos "on top."
I am traveling for a few days. I will be attending the Bakken Oil Conference in Grand Forks, ND.
Tag Archives: energy
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