Chevron fuels Gorgon cost blowout talk

Jul 29, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Yahoo!

Chevron has began preparing investors for possible budget blow-outs at its Gorgon LNG venture on Barrow Island, admitting that labour costs are "trending higher" and pointing to a 20 per cent rise in the Australian dollar since the country's biggest resources project was sanctioned for development.

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Dwight Baker

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Jul 30, 2012
 
CHEAP dirty talk leads the way for Big Oil and Gas to confuse!
By Dwight Baker
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July 30, 2012
Chevron has a staff full of those who release reports written by them to try and sway labor. Nothing new about that it has been going on since time began. The article is chocked full of the real reason and it is not about labor cost soaring it is about failed operations made by Chevron and their partners.

Most finally understand that today. The BP blowout had the same set of those who published reports that were full of lies. BLAME was all around and most of those blames were against LABOR.

NOW most are waking up to the fraud that is perpetrated behind closed doors to take the SHAME and BLAME and GUILT away from the big boys hid away out of sight.

Remember time is on LABOR side but it is not on the side of those GUILTY!
e46M3 e60M5

Edinburgh, UK

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Jul 31, 2012
 
Ausie workers get paid too much in Western Australia. That's one side of the story.

The Ausie dollar becoming as strong as the U.S. Dollar is the other. Maybe Bernanke should not have printed so many greenbacks, eh?:)

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