Aviation fuel prices will rise when crude oil output plateaus

09/17/2010 | Reuters

Analysts predict crude oil production will plateau within the next five years, causing yet another possible headache for America's already struggling airline industry. Stagnant crude production would most likely lead to higher prices for aviation fuel because of a growing demand from such countries as China and India.

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