Whistleblower Says IEA Inflating Oil Resources To Avoid Panic

Score 1 for peak oil proponents…  score 0 for rest of the world.  Whistleblowers at the International Energy Agency (IEA) have told the  Guardian newspaper (U.K.) that current oil inventories are being inflated to deter panic buying in a peak oil world.  The U.S. apparently a key proponent of the scheme.

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