Oil strike: Outback find 'can fuel Australia'

Jan 23, 2013 Full story: AdelaideNow... 68

Brisbane company Linc Energy yesterday released two reports, based on drilling and seismic exploration, estimating the amount of oil in the as yet untapped Arckaringa Basin surrounding Coober Pedy ranging from 3.5 billion to 233 billion barrels of oil.

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#65 Jan 26, 2013
normal Aussie wrote:
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Sure, cos Australia doesn't have much coal:/
Maybe Just a Different Way Of Thinking

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#66 Jan 26, 2013
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Maybe Just a Different Way Of Thinking
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you should not have posted that.
now i must have one. damn you.
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#67 Jan 26, 2013
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you should not have posted that.
now i must have one. damn you.
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Its on the youtube link

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#68 Jan 26, 2013
normal Aussie wrote:
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Sure, cos Australia doesn't have much coal:/
Possibility of using new technologies like aerogel filters in the sediment filters

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If your an engingeer and told to adapt this technologies how would you do it?
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#69 Jan 26, 2013
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Possibility of using new technologies like aerogel filters in the sediment filters
https://www.youtube.com/results...
If your an engingeer and told to adapt this technologies how would you do it?
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#70 Jan 26, 2013
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you should not have posted that.
now i must have one. damn you.
post a link to a supplier.
You gonna hate me when I give you this link then lol

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#71 Jan 27, 2013
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<quoted text>its kinda hard trying to sell oil thats difficult to produce.the daily vital parts the canadians get for their shale oil are made in the USA next door.unless usa is next to australia....dont expect 1 barrel for 5 barrels of shale oil.with other costs,that will be likely to be 3 barrels for 5 barrels.not sure its that profitable.and what about the4 carbon tax???dont oz companies need to pay for that too?thats quite a lot too that will eat into the profit.and what about the corporate tax?that too will eat up into the small profit.whats left of it?

australia is not canada.canada is not australia.just because micheal jackson can sing n produce big $$ doesnt mean u can sing n produce big $$$$ too.there are other factors u had failed to calculate in the business plans of canadian shale oil costs.
So your saying 20 trillion dollars worth (more than the usa's total debt) isn't worth the effort?

Let's not forget that Canadians have to deal with rock hard frozen ground half the time and logistical issues.

Shale oil can have a yield of up to 13 back for one in. We used to use it anyways until they hit crude in the middle east and started importing.

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#72 Jan 27, 2013
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<quoted text>australia has lotsa coal and lotsa burger flippers too.u could use coal power stations and dump more coal into them just to compete with a single nuclear power station which produces no green house gases.the result is more green house gas released from coal powered stations just to get your dumb shale oil and the temp in oz gets hotter first as compared to rest of the world.

and with that your crops will whither and your livestock will perish.temp will rise to 36C every summer and more bush fires....just for shale oil.
go ahead n see whats
Since we have a trillion tons of brown coal that can't be sold overseas what's your point?

I see how we've gone from shale oil found to: if you use it there will be more bush fires and livestock will perish....

Give it up.

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