Many executives in the U.S. oil industry have vivid memories of the “Arab Oil Embargo” of 1973. Now that the shale bonanza has vaulted the U.S. into the position of a major oil exporter, there must be no small sense of satisfaction among those who recall all too well the long lines at gasoline stations and lowered thermostats of their youth.

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