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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by 40 on January 09, 2016, 08:09:59 AM »

$15-18 Bakken discount and it's priced in the teens.  No Bueno

Speak for yourself.  Do you know what the MPG on my truck is?

Definitely something I struggle with, I'm a V8er and a consumer also.

But willing to pay more!!
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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by RRM on January 08, 2016, 10:41:51 PM »
$1.59 gas doesn't do anyone any good
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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by penguinman000 on January 08, 2016, 10:13:23 PM »
$15-18 Bakken discount and it's priced in the teens.  No Bueno

Speak for yourself.  Do you know what the MPG on my truck is?
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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by WOLFHOUND on December 22, 2015, 07:28:12 AM »
I think we got the peak oil problem beat for now.
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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by 40 on December 22, 2015, 06:04:16 AM »
$15-18 Bakken discount and it's priced in the teens.  No Bueno
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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by WOLFHOUND on December 22, 2015, 05:08:33 AM »
11 year low this morning.
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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by 40 on August 05, 2015, 06:09:00 PM »
The only people smiling in Williston are the ones who havent checked the market or read the news.

The ones with a WTI App look defeated.....



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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by WOLFHOUND on August 05, 2015, 08:23:53 AM »
WASHINGTON (Bloomberg Business) -- Oil has fallen to a six-month low, and hopes of a quick rebound are fading as demand heads into an autumn swoon.

Brent crude tumbled below $50 on Monday for the first time since January. Gasoline fell the most in almost three years.

The slump may have further to go. U.S. refineries, which turned a record amount of crude into gasoline during July, typically slow down from August through October for maintenance.

?We still have a lot of global oversupply,? Michael Wittner, head of oil-market research at Soci?t? G?n?rale in New York, said on Bloomberg TV Monday. ?We?re getting close to the autumn, [when] demand for crude and products hits a seasonal low point, so it?s hard to see where the uplift is going to come from.?

Also, demand for gasoline typically eases after summer as the seasonal workforce shrinks and families stop vacationing.

Hedge funds are growing more pessimistic. Money managers cut bets on rising Brent prices last week by the most in more than a year and are the least bullish on U.S. crude since 2010.
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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by chewie on March 19, 2015, 01:39:22 PM »
I've been watching the prices...seems like they are stuck in the mid $40's.
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Sons Of Pat Hardy/Politics Discussion Forum / Re: my post peak oil journal
« Last post by 40 on March 19, 2015, 08:46:25 AM »
Most days my glass is half full.....  Articles like that one make it impossible to not feel like its half empty


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