The Strategic Petroleum Reserve: U.S. Energy Security and Oil Politics, 1975-2005
Author and historian Bruce A. Beaubouef examines, for the first time, the interactions that have shaped the development of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). In a time of continued vulnerability, this definitive work will be of interest to those concerned with the history, economy, and politics of the oil and gas industry, as well as to historians and practitioners of oil and energy policy.
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