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While Biden bombs Syria (for oil), gas prices climb higher and higher

marvin martian

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.
 

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.

For starters, Syria doesn't have any oil . Their fields went into steep decline in 1996 and what little they have is still garbage. Its hardly fit for asphalt. Syria is a net IMPORTER of oil. There is oil in the Golan Heights, but Israel took that when they destroyed 67 Druze villages.

There is also a glut of oil available so there's no need to drill on Federal lands. The trick NOW is to keep the ppb high enough so domestic producers don't go out of business.

There are several thousand shallow wells in the Gulf of Mexico, but companies like BP can't be trusted with deep water drilling.
 

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.

For starters, Syria doesn't have any oil . Their fields went into steep decline in 1996 and what little they have is still garbage. Its hardly fit for asphalt. Syria is a net IMPORTER of oil. There is oil in the Golan Heights, but Israel took that when they destroyed 67 Druze villages.

There is also a glut of oil available so there's no need to drill on Federal lands. The trick NOW is to keep the ppb high enough so domestic producers don't go out of business.

There are several thousand shallow wells in the Gulf of Mexico, but companies like BP can't be trusted with deep water drilling.
Nice post.
 

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Joe’s just taking care of his buddies in Big Oil, while proclaiming he’s for protecting the environment. It’s a strategy that works extraordinarily well on his supporters.

You don't know what you are talking about.. You might take a look at WHO owns big oil.
 

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.

So, isn't that what republicans are for?

Oil company profits?

NOW, they whine, because they 'profit"?

Keep giving them tax cuts, that worked so well.
 

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Joe’s just taking care of his buddies in Big Oil, while proclaiming he’s for protecting the environment. It’s a strategy that works extraordinarily well on his supporters.

You don't know what you are talking about.. You might take a look at WHO owns big oil.
Yeah Joe’s big donors.
 

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.

For starters, Syria doesn't have any oil . Their fields went into steep decline in 1996 and what little they have is still garbage. Its hardly fit for asphalt. Syria is a net IMPORTER of oil. There is oil in the Golan Heights, but Israel took that when they destroyed 67 Druze villages.

There is also a glut of oil available so there's no need to drill on Federal lands. The trick NOW is to keep the ppb high enough so domestic producers don't go out of business.

There are several thousand shallow wells in the Gulf of Mexico, but companies like BP can't be trusted with deep water drilling.
Don't waste your time responding to this guy...

He is trolling and gaslighting...
 

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Joe’s just taking care of his buddies in Big Oil, while proclaiming he’s for protecting the environment. It’s a strategy that works extraordinarily well on his supporters.

You don't know what you are talking about.. You might take a look at WHO owns big oil.
Yeah Joe’s big donors.

Who owns “Big Oil”? The Answer: Chances are it’s “you.” 1 Through mutual fund accounts, IRAs or personal retirement accounts, or a pension plan, Americans invest in oil and natural gas stocks. Only 2.9 percent of industry shares are owned by corporate management and the rest are owned by tens of millions of Americans. 2.
Who Owns Big Oil? - Chevron Advocacy Network #CAN
chevronadvocacynetwork.com/who-owns-big-oil/
 

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Joe’s just taking care of his buddies in Big Oil, while proclaiming he’s for protecting the environment. It’s a strategy that works extraordinarily well on his supporters.

You don't know what you are talking about.. You might take a look at WHO owns big oil.
Yeah Joe’s big donors.

Who owns “Big Oil”? The Answer: Chances are it’s “you.” 1 Through mutual fund accounts, IRAs or personal retirement accounts, or a pension plan, Americans invest in oil and natural gas stocks. Only 2.9 percent of industry shares are owned by corporate management and the rest are owned by tens of millions of Americans. 2.
Who Owns Big Oil? - Chevron Advocacy Network #CAN
chevronadvocacynetwork.com/who-owns-big-oil/
Lol
 

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.

For starters, Syria doesn't have any oil . Their fields went into steep decline in 1996 and what little they have is still garbage. Its hardly fit for asphalt. Syria is a net IMPORTER of oil. There is oil in the Golan Heights, but Israel took that when they destroyed 67 Druze villages.

There is also a glut of oil available so there's no need to drill on Federal lands. The trick NOW is to keep the ppb high enough so domestic producers don't go out of business.

There are several thousand shallow wells in the Gulf of Mexico, but companies like BP can't be trusted with deep water drilling.
Don't waste your time responding to this guy...

He is trolling and gaslighting...

Oh... and I thought he was just stupid.

who-owns-big-oil.jpg
 

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Joe’s just taking care of his buddies in Big Oil, while proclaiming he’s for protecting the environment. It’s a strategy that works extraordinarily well on his supporters.

You don't know what you are talking about.. You might take a look at WHO owns big oil.
Yeah Joe’s big donors.

Who owns “Big Oil”? The Answer: Chances are it’s “you.” 1 Through mutual fund accounts, IRAs or personal retirement accounts, or a pension plan, Americans invest in oil and natural gas stocks. Only 2.9 percent of industry shares are owned by corporate management and the rest are owned by tens of millions of Americans. 2.
Who Owns Big Oil? - Chevron Advocacy Network #CAN
chevronadvocacynetwork.com/who-owns-big-oil/
Do you think my 100 shares of Chevron will grant access to the CEO?
 

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.

For starters, Syria doesn't have any oil . Their fields went into steep decline in 1996 and what little they have is still garbage. Its hardly fit for asphalt. Syria is a net IMPORTER of oil. There is oil in the Golan Heights, but Israel took that when they destroyed 67 Druze villages.

There is also a glut of oil available so there's no need to drill on Federal lands. The trick NOW is to keep the ppb high enough so domestic producers don't go out of business.

There are several thousand shallow wells in the Gulf of Mexico, but companies like BP can't be trusted with deep water drilling.

I believe we are protecting Erbil in the Kurdish zone.
 

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.

For starters, Syria doesn't have any oil . Their fields went into steep decline in 1996 and what little they have is still garbage. Its hardly fit for asphalt. Syria is a net IMPORTER of oil. There is oil in the Golan Heights, but Israel took that when they destroyed 67 Druze villages.

There is also a glut of oil available so there's no need to drill on Federal lands. The trick NOW is to keep the ppb high enough so domestic producers don't go out of business.

There are several thousand shallow wells in the Gulf of Mexico, but companies like BP can't be trusted with deep water drilling.
Nice post.
Phuk u all. Prices are increasing. Enough of your assinine shit.
 

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.

For starters, Syria doesn't have any oil . Their fields went into steep decline in 1996 and what little they have is still garbage. Its hardly fit for asphalt. Syria is a net IMPORTER of oil. There is oil in the Golan Heights, but Israel took that when they destroyed 67 Druze villages.

There is also a glut of oil available so there's no need to drill on Federal lands. The trick NOW is to keep the ppb high enough so domestic producers don't go out of business.

There are several thousand shallow wells in the Gulf of Mexico, but companies like BP can't be trusted with deep water drilling.

I believe we are protecting Erbil in the Kurdish zone.

Right and Erbil is in Iraq. Iraq has plenty of quality crude oil.
 

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Among some of the earliest announcements coming out of the White House after Joe Biden’s inauguration was a promise to clamp down on drilling, particularly on federal lands and offshore. While this all has to be done in stages, the oil and gas industry is already reacting. And since markets rely on “futures” as much as they do current supply and demand levels, the effects can often precede the cause. This is being noticed all across the nation at this point. As CBS Baltimore pointed out on Monday, gas prices have been slowly but steadily rising over the past month. There are actually a variety of factors driving this trend, as we’ll get to in a moment, but government policy both at home and abroad is always a factor.

For starters, Syria doesn't have any oil . Their fields went into steep decline in 1996 and what little they have is still garbage. Its hardly fit for asphalt. Syria is a net IMPORTER of oil. There is oil in the Golan Heights, but Israel took that when they destroyed 67 Druze villages.

There is also a glut of oil available so there's no need to drill on Federal lands. The trick NOW is to keep the ppb high enough so domestic producers don't go out of business.

There are several thousand shallow wells in the Gulf of Mexico, but companies like BP can't be trusted with deep water drilling.
Nice post.
Phuk u all. Prices are increasing. Enough of your assinine shit.

And YOU have no clue why.
 

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