More oil on the way

Jul 2014
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A surge of oil production is coming, whether the world needs it or not.

That's the first line in the story from the New York Times:

"FOUR COUNTRIES BEHIND WORLD OIL WAVE"

Nearly a million barrels a day in 2020, and nearly a million more in 2021.

Thanks Brazil, Canada, Norway, and Guyana!

www.nytimes.com
 
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A surge of oil production is coming, whether the world needs it or not.

That's the first line in the story from the New York Times:

"FOUR COUNTRIES BEHIND WORLD OIL WAVE"

Nearly a million barrels a day in 2020, and nearly a million more in 2021.

Thanks Brazil, Canada, Norway, and Guyana!

www.nytimes.com
Yep, we're so oil rich we're just pouring it out on the ground.
 
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Dec 2018
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the Heart of America
A surge of oil production is coming, whether the world needs it or not.

That's the first line in the story from the New York Times:

"FOUR COUNTRIES BEHIND WORLD OIL WAVE"

Nearly a million barrels a day in 2020, and nearly a million more in 2021.

Thanks Brazil, Canada, Norway, and Guyana!

www.nytimes.com
Don’t forget all of the Syrian oil Trump is willing to spill American blood over. :)
 
Jan 2007
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A surge of oil production is coming, whether the world needs it or not.

That's the first line in the story from the New York Times:

"FOUR COUNTRIES BEHIND WORLD OIL WAVE"

Nearly a million barrels a day in 2020, and nearly a million more in 2021.

Thanks Brazil, Canada, Norway, and Guyana!

www.nytimes.com

Gas here is $2.10 a gallon. Loving it.
 
Mar 2019
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Portland, OR
A surge of oil production is coming, whether the world needs it or not.

That's the first line in the story from the New York Times:

"FOUR COUNTRIES BEHIND WORLD OIL WAVE"

Nearly a million barrels a day in 2020, and nearly a million more in 2021.

Thanks Brazil, Canada, Norway, and Guyana!

www.nytimes.com
Yes, lets quickly use up a limited resource.
 
Jul 2014
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10,756
midwest
Yes, lets quickly use up a limited resource.
The more "quickly" we use it, the sooner we'll use it all up.

Then, when we're out of oil, the tree huggers can find something else to complain about.

But, don't worry, we are gonna be pumping, transporting, and consuming oil for a long time to come.

And, thanks to Brazil, Canada, Norway, and Guyana we should have even more soon.

That's gotta be good for the prices at the pump, dontcha think?
 
Jul 2014
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midwest