Oh, I see. You have no idea what the fuck you're talking about.Lolol use your brains for a change. Nobody shuts down a viable pipeline. Keystone XL is a tax dodge that benefits the Chinese at our expense. If it's such a great idea build it in Canada to the Atlantic or Pacific.
See what I mean? You are stupid and hysterical. We're not socialists. If you want cheap gasoline at any cost, you may have to nationalize the oil business. Go ahead and have your tantrums. I think it's a stinking idea, but you ignorant babies can't face reality. Gasoline has not kept up with housing, healthcare, automobile prices, education etc over the past 30 years. You're hell bent to kill the US oil business.The democrats do and they will do anything to kill viable energy sources so they can introduce socialsim.
Quit being a dumb fuck.
Not if they are unnecessary. TransCanada has lots of unused pipeline capacity all over the Midwest.. and they will leave all those small refineries high and dry. Developers will pursue a loser's game if they can skim enough off the top. Keystone XL is a boondoggle..Pipelines are cheaper and safer than trucks or rail nutboy
The U.S. is projected to become a net importer of crude oil in 2022, just two years after the nation achieved net exporter status, according to government data.
The country will import more crude oil than it will export, signaling lower domestic production of the commodity, according to an Energy Information Administration (EIA) report Friday. In 2020, the U.S. exported more petroleum than it imported for the first time in several decades.
irrelevant, fact is pipelines are the safest way to transport liquid followed by rail then truck. if carbon emissions come into play, pipelines are the only way to goNot if they are unnecessary. TransCanada has lots of unused pipeline capacity all over the Midwest.. and they will leave all those small refineries high and dry. Developers will pursue a loser's game if they can skim enough off the top. Keystone XL is a boondoggle..
The US has been a net importer since 1973. If you want to export more than you import, you'll have to go back to 2020 during the lockdown.Even MSN is reporting this -
Biden showing everyone what you can do when you have singular focus.
Try again. September 2019 was our first net exporting month since 1973, six months before the lockdown. Thank you President Trump. Would have been nice to continue winning.The US has been a net importer since 1973. If you want to export more than you import, you'll have to go back to 2020 during the lockdown.
It was the natural progression of things. Trump didn't do anything.
In its latest Short Term Energy Outlook, the US Energy Information Agency (EIA) published preliminary data that, once confirmed, would represent a turning point in American energy history.www.forbes.com
You all want so badly to find some way to not give Trump credit for kicking ass.
All of 2020 saw the collapse of market demand. The uptick in investment and production started when Obama took office after 8 years of dubya. Luck and the strength of the ppb was driving it.You said it was the lockdown, that was wrong, wrong about the timing, so now it was the natural progression of things. Give up.
Phax news....Wave good bye to any credibility you think you had ordinary racist guy,EXCLUSIVE: The Biden administration is exacerbating soaring energy prices by cracking down on the oil and gas industry with new regulations that limit production and discourage investments in traditional energy infrastructure, according to a new analysis published Wednesday by the Joint Economic Committee Republicans.
For months, the prices of all kinds of energy – gasoline, diesel fuel, natural gas, oil and more – have been a major driver behind inflation, which surged 7% in December, the highest level since 1982. Energy costs have climbed more than 29% over the past year, in part due to lopsided supply and demand. Consumers are traveling more, but the supply side has not kept up with the demand.
SURGING INFLATION TAKES HOLD IN MOUNTAIN STATES, WITH RATES NEAR 9%
But it's more complicated than that: The JEC study, shared exclusively with FOX Business, shows how President Biden's policies have stoked higher energy prices by "imposing new barriers to accessing American oil and gas reserves, and by discouraging investment in these historically reliable and inexpensive sources of energy." Rep. Mike Lee, R-Utah, is the ranking member of the Joint Economic Committee.
"Washington is sending conflicting messages," the report, authored by economist Hugo Dante and data analyst Kole Nichols, said. "Policymakers seem simultaneously concerned about high prices reflecting the weak supply of oil and gas, while aggressively pursuing an agenda designed to entirely phase-out oil and gas from domestic energy production."
In the early days of the pandemic, the U.S., like other oil-producing countries, shut down production and canceled new investments in expanded capacity, leading to the lowest level of oil and gas wells in the U.S. on record in the summer of 2020. But while demand has rebounded since then, production capacity remains about 13% below pre-pandemic levels, the JEC report shows.
MORE PROOF THAT DEMOCRATS HATE THE WORKING CLASS
No you kept making shit up and stating it as fact and proven wrong and now you’re scrambling. Done with you.All of 2020 saw the collapse of market demand. The uptick in investment and production started when Obama took office after 8 years of dubya. Luck and the strength of the ppb was driving it.
Look at the numbers. Our exports we're small and our imports remained fairly stable . We did have a banner production .. I think we topped 10 million bpd.No you kept making shit up and stating it as fact and proven wrong and now you’re scrambling. Done with you.
He's correct about the oil companies.Decades of cash flow losses? I thought oil and gas companies were enemies because they make so much profit? In fact, in this reply right here from your own buddy GG a hard core lib, he states higher fuel prices means more profits for oil and gas industries.
Well one major contribution to gas prices is supply. And if you are one of the oil companies depending on oil exploration, if access to what amounts to 25% of the nation's oil land has been terminated, what affect would that have on producers? Fuck off myth spreader we've been though this bs...www.usmessageboard.com
Now you are quoting a source that says oil and gas companies are not drilling because they've lost so much money?
So which is it, lib?