WATCHING WASHINGTON MIDDLE EAST VISITORS

with Patrick Crow U.S. independents and Middle East producers find themselves on opposite sides of the fence on oil prices. Independents want oil prices high enough to sustain a healthy level of U.S. drilling. But Middle East producers want prices low enough to discourage conservation or development of alternative fuels that would diminish their market. However, a group of U.S. independents visiting the Middle East also found they have a major point in common with foreign producers. All

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