Expensive energy controlled by OPEC has been the norm since the 1970s. Even when prices were somewhat contained during the ‘80s and ‘90s, OECD economies were always vulnerable to geopolitical volatility in the Middle East and elsewhere. But, just seven years into the North American Energy Revolution, this has all begun to change. Where are energy prices headed? What are the implications? How can you make the most of this situation? We’ll show you.