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Another way Biden is adding to Americans' cost of living... gas prices...

healthmyths

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We have glut of oil on the market. I am surprised that this level of ignorance about oil production persists.
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We will all be driving solar cars soon.
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We will all be driving solar cars soon.

Maybe coal fired cars and trucks if tRump had his way!!!!
MAGA
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We will all be driving solar cars soon.

Maybe coal fired cars and trucks if tRump had his way!!!!
MAGA


The TDS is strong with you.
 
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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We have glut of oil on the market. I am surprised that this level of ignorance about oil production persists.
you write: "We have glut of oil on the market. I am surprised that this level of ignorance about oil production persists."
You know you make such stupid comments without ANY links!
Why can't you provide substantiation as I have when I make my comments?
You don't have any proof for that and here is the reason why!
Dummy! We are talking about the USA... not the world supply!
So for now the USA is oil independent...but not for long dummy!

In its monthly market report, the IEA gave a further 100,000-barrel-a-day boost to the amount by which it expects global oil demand to rebound in 2021--now 5.5 million barrels a day--while also forecasting another annual drop in U.S. supply. The agency expects American crude production to fall by 180,000 barrels a day.
Do you see the above? It is called a LINK! Very simple to do.
Provide a link that shows USA oil production which is directly affected by the stopping of Federal oil leases by Biden!
Now here is a link that describes the gross and devastating affects on small businesses by Biden's actions!
Law called Biden’s promised policy “an existential threat” unlike any he has encountered in 40 years in the oil business, echoing the rhetoric used by some climate activists about the threat posed by global warming.

Many smaller drilling firms operate in a single state or basin, according to trade group Western Energy Alliance, and would struggle to pack up and leave.

“I actually live here,” said Mark Murphy, a third-generation oilman in New Mexico. His company, Strata Production Co, has 15 employees and operates 47 wells, mostly on federal acreage.

AGAIN here is MY links... where are YOURS?
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?

U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We have glut of oil on the market. I am surprised that this level of ignorance about oil production persists.
you write: "We have glut of oil on the market. I am surprised that this level of ignorance about oil production persists."
You know you make such stupid comments without ANY links!
Why can't you provide substantiation as I have when I make my comments?
You don't have any proof for that and here is the reason why!
Dummy! We are talking about the USA... not the world supply!
So for now the USA is oil independent...but not for long dummy!

In its monthly market report, the IEA gave a further 100,000-barrel-a-day boost to the amount by which it expects global oil demand to rebound in 2021--now 5.5 million barrels a day--while also forecasting another annual drop in U.S. supply. The agency expects American crude production to fall by 180,000 barrels a day.
Do you see the above? It is called a LINK! Very simple to do.
Provide a link that shows USA oil production which is directly affected by the stopping of Federal oil leases by Biden!
Now here is a link that describes the gross and devastating affects on small businesses by Biden's actions!
Law called Biden’s promised policy “an existential threat” unlike any he has encountered in 40 years in the oil business, echoing the rhetoric used by some climate activists about the threat posed by global warming.

Many smaller drilling firms operate in a single state or basin, according to trade group Western Energy Alliance, and would struggle to pack up and leave.

“I actually live here,” said Mark Murphy, a third-generation oilman in New Mexico. His company, Strata Production Co, has 15 employees and operates 47 wells, mostly on federal acreage.

AGAIN here is MY links... where are YOURS?


He operates 47 wells? How many produce more than 50 barrels a day?

Oil Markets Face A 200 Million Barrel Glut In 2021 ...
...
Nov 30, 2020 · Oil Markets Face A 200 Million Barrel Glut In 2021 By Rystad Energy - Nov 30, 2020, 12:00 PM CST Trade Oil Futures Now As the world is aching to put an end to a …
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We will all be driving solar cars soon.

Maybe coal fired cars and trucks if tRump had his way!!!!
MAGA


The TDS is strong with you.
The Big Lie is strong with ewe!!!
MAGA
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We have glut of oil on the market. I am surprised that this level of ignorance about oil production persists.
you write: "We have glut of oil on the market. I am surprised that this level of ignorance about oil production persists."
You know you make such stupid comments without ANY links!
Why can't you provide substantiation as I have when I make my comments?
You don't have any proof for that and here is the reason why!
Dummy! We are talking about the USA... not the world supply!
So for now the USA is oil independent...but not for long dummy!

In its monthly market report, the IEA gave a further 100,000-barrel-a-day boost to the amount by which it expects global oil demand to rebound in 2021--now 5.5 million barrels a day--while also forecasting another annual drop in U.S. supply. The agency expects American crude production to fall by 180,000 barrels a day.
Do you see the above? It is called a LINK! Very simple to do.
Provide a link that shows USA oil production which is directly affected by the stopping of Federal oil leases by Biden!
Now here is a link that describes the gross and devastating affects on small businesses by Biden's actions!
Law called Biden’s promised policy “an existential threat” unlike any he has encountered in 40 years in the oil business, echoing the rhetoric used by some climate activists about the threat posed by global warming.

Many smaller drilling firms operate in a single state or basin, according to trade group Western Energy Alliance, and would struggle to pack up and leave.

“I actually live here,” said Mark Murphy, a third-generation oilman in New Mexico. His company, Strata Production Co, has 15 employees and operates 47 wells, mostly on federal acreage.

AGAIN here is MY links... where are YOURS?


The approval of oil and gas permits slowed to a trickle after Biden took office on 20 January, when the acting US interior secretary imposed a high-level review of permits for at least 60 days. But the number of permit approvals has picked up as the administration today reaches its 50th full day in office.

Oil and gas industry officials say the pace of permitting is still well below what is typical. BLM over the same 50-day stretch in 2020 issued more than 1,200 drilling permits, although at that time there was more drilling activity because Covid-19 restrictions were not widely in place and crude prices did not begin their steep dive due to Opec+ production disputes until late February.
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!


Only people making over $400,000 buy gas.
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We will all be driving solar cars soon.
I'm holding out for the wind powered ones.
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We will all be driving solar cars soon.

Maybe coal fired cars and trucks if tRump had his way!!!!
MAGA
Seek help soon. :itsok:
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We will all be driving solar cars soon.
And freezing to death come Winter.
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We have glut of oil on the market. I am surprised that this level of ignorance about oil production persists.
Oil prices are always sensitive. The lack of drilling for new fields alone is going to lock us into higher prices in the future. The irony is that people will end up burning anything to survive for themselves and business and manufacturing and that in itself may make more pollution. You hate Putin and he according to you controlled Trump. From the expectation of Progs gaining power to now the Russians oil worth has gone from 4 trillion to 6.5 trillion. It seems Beijing Joe is more the friend.
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We will all be driving solar cars soon.

Maybe coal fired cars and trucks if tRump had his way!!!!
MAGA
Naw, your $50K Tesla will be sitting in your garage due to the brown outs because of insufficient energy supplies to charge 300M cars with toxic batteries that are damaging the earth both in their production and disposal. Is there anything beyond the end of your nose?
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!
WHAAAAAHHHHH!!!!!!!

Texas had it's oil infrastructure frozen and damaged due to Republican incompetence and greed. So shut the fuck up.
 

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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We will all be driving solar cars soon.

Maybe coal fired cars and trucks if tRump had his way!!!!
MAGA


The TDS is strong with you.
The Big Lie is strong with ewe!!!
MAGA


I know the truth:
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Across the USA, only about 9% of oil and gas production occurs on federal land (its much higher in federal waters). But New Mexico and Wyoming have the highest fraction of federal land in their oil and gas properties, and their budget is especially sensitive to oil and gas revenue.
How much oil/gas produced in one year?
U.S. oil production reached 12.0 million barrels per day (b/d) in December 2018 and 12.8 million b/d in December 2019
9% of 12.0 million barrels is over 1 million barrels a day.

Biden's moratorium on leasing federal lands and waters for oil and gas drilling is expected to have “no effects” until 2022, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said this week.

Maybe Biden and his idiots ought to explain this then:

De Haan told “Mornings with Maria" that “the limitations on new drilling could eventually become an issue.”
President Biden’s energy actions have included temporarily suspending the issuance of oil and gas permits on federal lands and waters and the cancelation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline project in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change.
De Haan also pointed to Biden's “massive infrastructure plan” and noted the concern of “how to pay for it” could impact the price at the pump.
So folks if you were a gasoline buyer and you saw that the supply was going to be diminished due to Biden's cutting exploration on
Federal land that currently provides 9% of all oil/gas, would you logically conclude that the wholesale price of gas would be increasing and therefore... you'd be raising the retail price accordingly?
And if the supply is reduced by Biden's dumb ass moves, where will the gas buyer get increasing demand for gas? Foreign.
Remember "Barack Obama said he wants the U.S. to become one of Brazil’s “best customers”
Now Biden is fulfilling Obama's desire by cutting back USA production. How strategically stupid!

We have glut of oil on the market. I am surprised that this level of ignorance about oil production persists.
Oil prices are always sensitive. The lack of drilling for new fields alone is going to lock us into higher prices in the future. The irony is that people will end up burning anything to survive for themselves and business and manufacturing and that in itself may make more pollution. You hate Putin and he according to you controlled Trump. From the expectation of Progs gaining power to now the Russians oil worth has gone from 4 trillion to 6.5 trillion. It seems Beijing Joe is more the friend.

There is plenty of oil and gas. The trick after a year of NO DEMAND is to get the PPB high enough that domestic producers won't go out of business... unless you want to nationalize our oil industry.
 

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