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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - David Fyfe
"It's very much a last resort," Mr. Fyfe told reporters in London, "but it's worth pointing out that it exists and has been used before when supplies have been disrupted.
International Energy Agency official David Fyfe said the prospect of an interruption in oil production in the Middle East is "a real concern" because the region lays claim to 60 percent of the world's proven oil reserves and 40 percent of global gas resources.