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A fresh start? Go away euro, here I come dollar. Could Greece be the next China? The Global Manufacturing Infrastructure has a New start, possibly in the form of new govt, and new way of thinking. The price of real estate will continue to drop substantially, hopefully? To create the bargaining power of a new revolution...more
I think all the people out there that blame the oil companies for high prices at the pump, must not be very mathematically inclined. Let's break it down for all the math illiterate's. If gasoline is $4 at the pump, then, $4 minus 40% for Govt tax, minus about 10% for shipping costs to the pump from the well, and anoth...more
@ The True Texan,,, I made a mistake, it would not be 9 gallons to a square foot, it is actually,,,,,7.5 gallons to a cubic foot, whoops! That would make it more like 3.75 gal for crude, and 6-6.75 gal,,, for Nat gas, and I'm talking about the volume conversion.
I want to make a correction to an earlier post. Yes, raw gas does have in fact up to 20% of byproducts, Its not always 20% but it can be. Of being, sulfur,ethane, propane, butanes, and natural gasoline in the form of pentanes. So that would make the volume conversion factor more like 4.5 gal gasoline, to 7.2 to 8.1 ...more
I don't think this article is about raising awareness of the value of Nat gas stocks, I think it's about the alternative option of a more inexpensive product. The state of Alaska alone has been predicted to have 5 times the amount of Nat gas per-volume compared to the volume of crude oil, that's in the ground. That's ...more
Do you here that? That's the sound of 3000 blue shirts marching to the unemployment office. A drop of 7.51% just today is outrageous, expensive products, coupled with rising transportation costs in the coming weeks ahead, indicate a complete failure of consumer influx.
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