Rude reality of lower crude

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  • Saturday, 06 Dec 2014

Northport is banking on the expansion plan to be ready for the next upcycle.

THE drop in crude oil prices has not turned out to be a benefit many thought it will be.

For the man in the street, it will mean lower prices at the pump but for the rest of the economy, it can be bad news albeit with a few silver linings.

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