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T. Boone Pickens explains why Volkswagen's settlement with the Justice Department can help move U.S. energy security in the right direction.
Pickens: Would you agree that a former president of Shell Oil knows a thing or two about the energy business? I thought you would, which is why I invited John Hofmeister to join me on my podcast. Here are five insights on energy today from this proven leader.
This week’s Pickens Podcast is a conversation with retired 3-Star General Michael Flynn, who has a new book coming out this week,:The Field of Fight, How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and Its Allies.
The way news and information is shared has changed the way we relate to each other. T. Boone Pickens sits down with Walter Isaacson of the Aspen Institute to discuss how ideas move through society.
General Petraeus: We have a vital national interest in maintaining our relationships with the Middle East countries and to ensure the free flow of energy to nations around the world.
The best way to put our energy future in our own hands is to utilize free market principles and inject serious fuel competition in the transportation mix.
"Wenar and I have come to the same conclusion, which is that it's foolish to buy oil from the enemy."
T. Boone Pickens: Here is an enjoyable and informative look at a potential energy agenda for President Trump or Clinton.
Karl Rove and T. Boone Pickens discuss the history of political conventions, the impact of energy issues on this year’s campaign, and Rove's book, “The Triumph of William McKinley.”
Billionaire oil man and investor T. Boone Pickens predicted on CNBC's "Squawk Box" that oil prices will rise to at least $52 per barrel by the end of the year. Pickens also discusses the long-term impact of low oil prices on OPEC and Russia, the likelihood of a rapid rebound in shale, and the current dynamics in oil inventories.
On the project's seventh anniversary, the founder of the Pickens Plan explains the urgency of moving American transportation off of oil for good.
Pickens: We can, and should, drill for and produce more oil, but we’ll never beat the Saudis and OPEC because we’re playing their game, by their rules, on their field.