Drumbeat: October 31, 2012
Does the rise of U.S. shale oil mean fuel buyers can look forward to a multi-year period of crude price decline? Or is oil destined for new record highs above $150 a barrel? The question is dividing energy analysts who are split on whether or not shale and other predominantly North American "unconventional" supply like Canadian oil sands will be ... (more)
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#1 Nov 4, 2012
...romantic ALBERTA...Oil and Gas has a ...'GOOD''...Flow to it...Then,just let it be so....eh..
#2 Nov 6, 2012
...into supernatural British Columbia....eh...$$$...(yada u...
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