Why Exxon won't produce more oil The energy giant is being managed to achieve an acceptable investment return for shareholders, not for the benefit of consumers. Less supply of crude oil means higher prices -- and record profits.
I'm pretty much an open book once one starts to turn the pages. Living in Sin City (whatever that means?) with my wonderful life partner and making the most of what life has to offer. This blog provides an opportunity to share some of our experiences or to express our opinions. While this blog helps to stay in touch with friends and family, we also wouldn’t mind to make new friends along the way.