Clean Oil for $20 per Barrel

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    Does that mean the cost to you and me will go down? Probably not. What we get depends upon transportation to the refinery, refining, and transportation to the dealer. It also depends upon those financial geniuses who dabble in commodity futures. So, where does that leave us?

    Now, thanks to technological advances from Petroteq and other companies, oil sands could be as profitable and as cheap as shale.

    Through cleaner methods and blockchain-based management, Petroteq can produce for as little as $20 a barrel.

    Petroteq's methods can be licensed anywhere, and could release the billions of barrels locked inside oil sands deposits all across the American West.

    If its technology catches on, oil sands could be the next big play in the U.S. energy revolution, ensuring American oil dominance for years to come.

    Full, interesting article @ Clean Oil That Only Costs $20
     
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    Proprietary methods allows Petroteq to extract oil sands without producing excess waste. By utilizing blockchain technology, the company cuts down on production costs and allows oil sands production to be more streamlined.

    Wow!
    Little info, lots of buzzwords.
    Sounds like a scam.
     
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    If it comes out of the ground, it is not clean. That is sequestered carbon that will be put into the air, taking us further down the road to damaging climate change.
     
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    US Energy needs to be nationalized, as does the fresh water(Coca Cola Inc) and remaining shitty-poisoned seafood you idiots still have. Your owners will never hear of it.
    Fish, Inc.
     
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    No thanks.
     
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    A true patriot indeed ! Let CocaCola-berg send the great lakes abroad and let Kroger-stein import shitty catfish(tilapia) from China and send your offshore catch abroad for sale. It's just business. Hopefully you'll inherit a nice big farm........that gets a huge sinkhole where the aquifer WAS. If there's enough left above ground you can plant a flagpole.
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    Do they give gold medals for triple face palms?
     
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    Tilapia is pretty F'ng worthless. They don't call it lettuce fish for nothing.
     
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    Let CocaCola-berg send the great lakes abroad

    Sounds serious!!
    How much of the Great Lakes is Coca Cola using?
    Got any numbers?
     

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