Gasoline prices are surging to $4 a gallon because of tensions in the Middle East, and things could get worse, one expert says.
The instability in Libya is roiling the energy market this morning.
A Northwestern University professor is monitoring Facebook posts, as protesters in Egypt decide what’s next, and many in other Middle Eastern and North African countries decide if they should be next.
The growing instability roiling the Middle East could drive up the price of gas in this country, a Chicago energy expert says.
With troops on the ground in Middle East, he says the United States is creating more terrorists than it is killing.