Very High Gasoline Prices Ahead

Written by Gary North on April 9, 2012

There is a naive hope that new oil supplies in Canada and the USA will enable the world to keep up with rising demand for oil from Asia. It won’t happen. Gregor Macdonald is one of the world’s leading experts in oil supplies. He reminds us of reality: oil development takes decades, not years. For […]

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Lost Electrical Power for 9 Days. Good Practice.

Written by Gary North on March 5, 2012

Here is the story of a family that learned the basics of preparation. The power went down and stayed down. Without electrical power, our lifestyle changes fast. It gets bad, fast. Then it gets worse.  Now, it was time to put my action plan to the test. I got out all my heavy duty 12 […]

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Out of Gas: Americans Are Being Outbid by Foreigners

Written by Gary North on January 2, 2011

Did you know that the USA exports almost 3 million barrels of refined fuels — gasoline and diesel — every day? Most Americans are unaware of this.  U.S. refineries exported a record amount of refined fuels in 2011 to markets in South America, Central America and Europe. It was one reason why Americans spent a […]

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