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July 2004 ASPO newsletter is online

The July issue of the ASPO Newsletter is not yet available in HTML format but it is available in these formats:

pdf: http://216.187.75.220/newsletter43.pdf
Word: http://216.187.75.220/newsletter43.doc

CONTENTS:

376.Oil effectively traded in Euros
377.Oil,money,and war -the end of the New
American Century?
378.A Most Critical Development
379.Country Assessment -Italy
380.UK Balance of Payments
381.An Oil Enigma:Production falls as Reserves
rise
382.Tanker shortage
383.Dwindling Exploration
384.BP takes responsibility for false reserve
numbers
385 The Truth about Oil and the Looming World
Energy Crisis

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