- The recent article by Dr. Daniel Fine in the guest column of your Wednesday edition concerning the impacts of Saudi Arabian-led dismantlement of our lively domestic energy business via flooding the market with underpriced foreign crude from numerous Middle Eastern national oil companies along with other foreign producers like bad actor Venezuelan and Russian puppet oil regime cronies are making for difficulty in our New Mexican oil patch.
- The emotions of which program to slice out of the budget and all the unintended consequences derived from the Saudi Arabian led OPEC/non-OPEC producer groups acting to undermine our energy security is disappointing in the least and should be addressed at the highest level in the current administration in Washington D.C. Hopefully, an investigation at the Department of Commerce will determine that the domestic industry is being harmed and the administration will implement quotas that would prevent foreign light crude from being “dumped on the market” and eventually foreign sour crude sweet would also be added for consideration for quotas.
- President Eisenhower made a presidential proclamation to the effect and put quotas on foreign crude (traveling in oil tankers from foreign fields) to protect our national domestic industry because of national energy security.
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