By Lydia Gilbertson | Google+
Oil prices fluctuate almost hourly. The amount of domestic crude that the United States is producing is increasing just as quickly. Forbes.com created a list that explains why there is a lot of evidence to support that oil prices will lower in the next couple of years. Citing the shale oil boom as one of the most prominent reasons for the projection, the list states that crude oil production has reached a 25-year high.
Find out what else is on the list: 9 Reasons Why Oil Prices May Be Headed for a Bust