How accurate was Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin in a recent discussion about the microchip shortage?
Check out what General Motors announced this week. The company said from its Detroit headquarters that as a result of the global semiconductor chip shortage, the automaker was building certain 2021 light-duty full-size pickup trucks without a fuel management module. As a result, it will hurt the vehicles’ fuel economy perform.
Rep. Mullin, in an interview with OK Energy Today made reference to shortages caused by refinery shutdowns—foam needed for the manufacture of cars and trucks and even a shortage of microchips.
Click here for the GM story from Reuters.