- Americans will continue to pay escalating gas prices as the US targets the Russian economy by banning oil imports.
- Today’s prices remind many Americans of the ‘oil shock’ of the 1970s when crude oil prices surged.
- But unlike the ’70s, there’s a bigger push today – and likely happening – for a renewable future, one expert says.
At the age of 14, Betty Heuser used to stand in line to get a ticket to share gasoline rations for her father during World War II.
“It’s a pain in You couldn’t go anywhere but get back to work because there wasn’t enough gas, Heuser recalls.
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