Second Runner-Up: Financial Times: US shale's rise means supply threats no longer have the same power to shock the market.
List of 2019 Nominees
Nominees for the 2019 Geico Rock Award
- IEA: US shale will "squeeze" OPEC influence.
- Rebecca Elliott / Christopher M. Matthews: shale boom is slowing just when the world needs oil most.
- Angela Merkel: admits that multiculturalism efforts in Germany have utterly failed.
- Forbes editor(s): noted in an October 3, 2019, article that Texas, North Dakota, and New Mexico were leading the US shale revolution
- Tulsi Gabbard: one year into the Democrat race for president, and she realizes the DNC is rigging things
- Heritage Foundation chief economist Steve Moore: folks moving from New York to Florida due to Trump's new tax law
- Financial Times: US shale's rise means supply threats no longer have the same power to shock the market.
- Javier Blas: the US is producing the "wrong" kind of oil
- Neil Ackerman: stone circles found in England are notoriously difficult to date
- Mark Jaccard: "we are still living in a fossil-fuel-based economy"
- IEA: US shale revolution changed global energy market
- House of Saud: taking 5% of the global oil supply off the market might cause oil prices to rise;