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  • Gas prices will go down to $2 or less
    $2 gas or less returning by end of the year
    There is good news for motorists. Gas prices are sure to go down to $2 or less per gallon because of the Iran nuclear deal announced by President Barack Obama, according to CNN on Tuesday. Gas may only dip a few cents when the Iranian oil first...
  • Is OPEC close to using Petro-Yuan as Russia commences talks with Saudi Arabia?
    Is OPEC close to using Petro-Yuan as Russia commences talks with Saudi Arabia?
    Within the past 10 days, Russia and China have concluded two historic energy agreements in which both oil and natural gas will now be sold using the Yuan currency. And with Russia beginning oil talks with Saudi Arabia on June 18 during the...
  • There are now two reserve currencies as petro-yuan joins petro-dollar
    There are now two reserve currencies as petro-yuan joins petro-dollar
    Ever since Henry Kissinger forged the global petro-dollar agreement with Saudi Arabia and OPEC in 1973, the U.S. currency has remained the singular global reserve for over 40 years. However, on June 9 that sole monetary reign has come to an end as...
  • 	Biblical symbols illustrated from natural life – Part 2
    Biblical symbols illustrated from natural life – Part 2
    God so graciously conveys to us heavenly truth through the use of natural The natural things of this world are a picture-perfect reflection of the spiritual. elements that are so very familiar to us. By doing so, the “infinite”...
  • Sexy Hair H2NO Dry Shampoo, Soy Renewal Oil, and Frizz Eliminator
    Review: Sexy Hair H2NO Dry Shampoo, Soy Renewal Oil, and Frizz Eliminator
    As someone who wears their naturally curly hair straight on occasion, and whose hair doesn't exactly react in the best possible way all the time, it's nice to come across a product (or products) that actually work well and do the job they...
  • Cheaper oil, weaker dollar – threat or opportunity
    Cheaper oil, weaker dollar – threat or opportunity
    Increased production and drilling coupled with new efficiency measures, stockpiles of unused oil and weakening global demand have driven the cost of oil down significantly. The weakness in oil prices has also weakened the Canadian dollar because,...
  • Obama speaks at Benedict College
    Obama defends Keystone veto speaking to South Carolina students
    While speaking at a South Carolina school on March 6, President Obama defended his recent veto of the Keystone XL pipeline bill, noting to the students at Columbia’s Benedict College that the decision reflected more on them than on other...
  • Saudi the oil empire
    Saudis and oil politics: Pick your battles
    Even though analysts are predicting a diminishing clout of OPEC with respect to regulating oil prices, the organization, led by Saudi Arabia, still run the show.The past few months have been hard on the oil industry. From 2010 until mid-2014, the...
  • President Maduro
    Venezuela's President Maduro cracks down on dissent, brings country to brink
    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is cracking down even harder on dissent in his country following an increase in protests after police gunned down a 14-year-old boy on Tuesday Feb. 24. As the country slides further down the road to ruin, people...
  • Texas Boom or Bust
    Cheap Gas -Good Prices for Consumers Bad News for the Arts
    As of January 20, 2015, Baker Hughes has announced the lay-offs of about 7,000 employees, falling in line with Schlumberger who is cutting 9,000 jobs, and Apache who has already cut hundreds of employees. Energy giant, Halliburton has commented, ...
  • BP: Britain's third largest company
    BP: The rich also cry!
    BP has changed a lot in the past decade. However, unless the price of oil stops falling, its giant troubles could make it a takeover target. To receive adequate returns, investors need to be very patient. For BP’s investors, patience is...
  • Senators paid 250k for Keystone XL vote
    Senators paid 250k for Keystone XL vote
    Sixty-two United States senators who voted against human rights and for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline last month made out like bandits, thanks to the oil and gas industry paying each of them nearly $250,000 and paying over $1 million to...
  • Millions of gallons oil
    Millions of gallons of oil: Gulf floor tests show 10 million oil gallons remain
    Millions of gallons of oil – allegedly close to ten million – are buried on the seabed floor of the Gulf of Mexico. Forgotten, but not gone, so the reverse expression goes. This would certainly hold true for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon...
  • Protesters in England fight fracking
    Fracking bans to take effect in Scotland and Pennsylvania
    Hydraulic fracturing, aka fracking, is a controversial process of obtaining fossil fuels deep beneath the ground. The process is known for the scarring effect it has on the land, the earthquakes it has been proven to cause, and for contributing to...
  • Oil field
    Study: Foreign intervention 100 times more likely in oil rich countries
    Three British universities published a study on Tuesday and it’s proof of what many have long suspected: Intervention is much more likely in countries that have large oil reserves. Like 100 times more likely.The study was conducted by the...
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