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Fracking Threatens Saudi Economy

Why Oil Can't Fall Below $85

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted June 3, 2013

Although Saudi Arabia continues to be a major player with its wealth of conventional crude, ministers from the oil-rich kingdom are feeling the heat from the U.S. fracking boom.

CEO Chris Faulkner from Breitling Energy elaborates. . .


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