A year ago, south-central Kansas was bustling with oil rigs and pumps as world oil prices soared. This pump was at work in an oil field in Kingman County.
A year ago, south-central Kansas was bustling with oil rigs and pumps as world oil prices soared. This pump was at work in an oil field in Kingman County. Travis Heying / Kansas City Star
A year ago, south-central Kansas was bustling with oil rigs and pumps as world oil prices soared. This pump was at work in an oil field in Kingman County. Travis Heying / Kansas City Star

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June 02, 2009 4:50 PM

Why lower oil prices now may mean higher oil prices later

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