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Daniel Yergin :

"The world oil market is in the grip of a slow-motion supply shock, in which a $70 to $75 barrel price reflects an aggregate disruption of over 2 million barrels a day."

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Daniel Yergin :

"Whereas they used to have a higher price range, say $17 to $21 [a barrel], now people say prices could be at $11, $12, $15 for a long time, or at least you can't bet your company that they are going to be higher, and that has led to this powerful motive to merge as the next stage of getting your costs under control and spreading them out over a larger base."

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Thomas Schatz :

"The biggest winner in the pork-barrel derby for the fifth year in a row is the state of Alaska"

Bob Sitko :

"Oil below $ 60 a barrel grabbed folks' attention. When the market decides to pay attention to things is a bit of Rubik's Cube, but this is a big deal."

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Bob Sitko :

"Oil below $60 a barrel grabbed folks' attention. When the market decides to pay attention to things it is a bit of Rubik's cube, but this is a big deal."

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Bob Sitko :

"Oil below $60 a barrel grabbed folks? attention. When the market decides to pay attention to things is a bit of Rubik?s cube, but this is a big deal."

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Bob Sitko :

"Oil below $60 a barrel grabbed folks' attention."

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Bob Renard :

"It's a double-barreled storm. There's a good chance we'll get one inch on up (this week)."

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Daniel Defoe :

"In the morning, looking towards the sea side, the tide being low, I saw something lie on the shore bigger than ordinary, and it looked like a cask; when I came to it, I found a small barrel, and two or three pieces of the wreck of the ship, which were driven on shore by the late hurrican; and looking towards the wreck itself, I thought it seemed to lie higher out of the water than it used to do."

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Thomas Hartmann :

"With record amounts of [U.S.] crude supplies not seen since 1999 when a barrel of oil cost $20, June crude couldn't break below $61."