Here are 3 energy trends that show this isn’t a New Normal

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Oil production trends, fracking, and low gas prices

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In a new initiative called “Declare Your Bass Amps a Business Expense,” I’d like to unveil a new video series called Bass & Trends. Yes, you could get economic news anywhere, but can you get reliable data on oil production trends, accompanied by funky bass lines? No, as you know, I’ve got that market cornered. This cheap gas thing is …