Signs of optimism on fuel
Because lists and predictions are in vogue and because "our memories are poor that only work backward" , I have put together a brief list of some positive transportation fuel news in 2012 and used my crystal ball to predict what's likely to occur in 2013.
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#1 Dec 27, 2012
Oh yeah, oil prices will continue to go down while Chevron CEO says risk of high energy prices is greater than risk of climate change.
Is this to way to behave under a raging climate change?
#2 Dec 28, 2012
Oil prices will continue to go up. They will slow down the production to maintain prices.
#3 Dec 28, 2012
Why, of course.
#4 Dec 28, 2012
So we do agree its a get your tax dollar hoax.Much like global warming cooling climate change.
#6 Nov 20, 2014
For a nation like the USA, where most industries were run by machines. It is important that we should learn energy conservation since it is only our very way to avoid total shut down in the future. Learn energy conservation here: http://www.americanpowerandgas.com/
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