An analyst that has kept tabs on the oil industry for 30 years says the turmoil in the oil-producing countries is to blame for the fluctuation in prices we're seeing at the gas pump here.
And things are getting pretty dicey.
Between Sudan, Iran, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen, Libya, and Iraq -- James Williams, owner of Arkansas-based WTRG Economics, told the Journal Sentinel things are a mess.
"I would say in terms of overall geopolitical risk of a major supply interruption with limited spare capacity to handle it, this is the worst of times. This is the most extreme," Williams said.
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