For the past month, we’ve been reporting on the Ukraine crisis’s effect on the oil markets…

And with gas prices still averaging above $4.22 a gallon this week, U.S. consumers are paying near-record highs at the pump.

So for many, it was good news when President Joe Biden announced on Thursday that the U.S. would release up to 180 million barrels of oil from its strategic petroleum reserve.

In President Biden’s words, “It’s time to deliver true energy independence in America once and for all.”

Now, we can’t say for sure how much this will help prices in the long term… in fact, some in the oil industry have called the release “a Band-Aid on a significant shortfall of supply.”

But we do know we can’t rely on these reserves forever… That’s why we’ve been pounding the table on the latest research from Daily editor Teeka Tiwari and his team.

Teeka and his analysts have found a private company setting the stage for true U.S. energy independence.

Not only has it found a way to produce oil at a cheaper cost than anywhere else in the world – without drilling or fracking… its technology could ultimately free us from our reliance on foreign oil.

To learn how to get in on this private deal for just $1.25 a share, click here (no special investor status required)… but be sure to act soon.

Private shares are strictly limited, and the biggest gains will be out the window once this company goes public.


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