Oil and Gas Investor Op-ed: At What Price $tarbucks

Americans appear to agree: leave Russia, take the earnings hits.

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[Editor's note: A version of this story appears in the May 2022 issue of Oil and Gas Investor magazine.]

Americans appear to agree: leave Russia, take the earnings hits.

While American stocks’ exit is disappointing, the disappointment is not derived from losing a few or many dollars; it’s because of why it’s necessary: to discontinue a relationship with (let’s say it) a monster.

In a world that has evolved to 2022, this isn’t supposed to happen anymore. In ancient history, whole villages were destroyed, the occupants killed in the pursuit of territorial expansion. Modern warfare more commonly attempts to avoid civilians.

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Nissa Darbonne

Nissa Darbonne is author of The American Shales and has been a journalist since 1984, beginning in the oil and gas fields of South Louisiana. She writes for Oil and Gas Investor and is actively involved in Hart's conference agendas.