The boom in energy stocks has given investors an idea of what is going on.
The latest numbers from the Energy Information Administration show that energy companies are generating more than 10 times as much money as they were a year ago.
And while they are still struggling to get to a sustainable level of revenue, the big three energy companies have been investing at a much faster pace than the rest of the industry.
But the problem with investing in energy companies is that investors are looking for the most efficient ways to pay their bills.
That’s a tough thing to beat.
As the economy slows down, there are a lot of companies that are going to have to go to the bank and ask their customers to pay more for energy than they are actually paying.
And they’re not going to be able to do that in a very short period of time.
We’re seeing this with energy companies, particularly in the energy industry.
I don’t think the Federal Reserve has done anything on this issue yet.
The last time I checked, they’ve not issued any guidance for how they’re going to deal with this.
They’re very slow to react to these things.
But we do have some things that we are going do.
One of those things is to have a public hearing.
We’re going have to have one.
And that’s going to give people an opportunity to get a feel for the issue and to make their views heard.
They have to understand the risks of this and the risks associated with this kind of thing.
They’ve got to understand that we’re all paying a high cost for this energy.
And the risk is that, if the prices go up and the economy goes down, then that’s really going to hurt consumers.
The reality is that this is going to impact consumers.
If you look at a national energy bill and see that it’s about $20 a month, and that’s just a few hundred dollars a month and a few cents a gallon, then you start to see that this isn’t going to affect a lot more than a couple of hundred people.
The big companies that really have a lot to lose are going in the direction of energy efficiency and other measures that are trying to put pressure on consumers to pay a little more for the products they use.