Way back in 2009, a small but hopeful automaker called Devon Motorworks came to life with a somewhat shocking vehicle that it planned to sell as a true bespoke American supercar. Sadly, and for a number of reasons (not the least of which was the bankruptcy of its major parts donor), the Devon GTX never made it into the hands of the public.
A handful of you have spoken out about the details and implications of Chevron and Devon's huge oil field discovery in the Gulf of Mexico. To add to the discussion, here's an article on the matter that Energy Bulletin posted which was written by Randy Kirk, a senior financial analyst at an investment firm in San Francisco.
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