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  • Human activity produced earthquakes in Texas for the last 91 years
    Human activity produced earthquakes in Texas for the last 91 years
    Oil exploration and drilling have been causing earthquakes in Texas since 1925. The magnitude and frequency of the earthquakes have changed as oil extraction processes have changed over time. Cliff Frohlich, senior research scientist and associate...
  • Saudi Arabia
    Moody's has downgraded Saudi Arabia’s credit rating
    After a recent downgrading by Moody's Saudi Arabians are not likely to be seeing their country as being immune from financial problems in spite of the great wealth of their nation from oil. The Financial Times reported on May 15, 2016, Moody&...
  • Wildfires plaguing Alberta's Oil Industry
    Why America should care about wildfires devastating Canada's oil patch
    Most Americans probably don’t know that there is a very serious wildfire that has Canada’s center of oil production under siege.Let’s be real, most of you probably don’t even care.But you should care, as the fires that are...
  • President Nicolas Maduro
    Citizens protest as two day work week goes into effect in Venezuela
    Venezuela’s energy crisis has reached emergency levels, and the only solution is to institute a two day workweek. That’s right, there isn’t enough power for people to even go to work in the socialist nation. The new rules not...
  • 5 common things that could be causing your breakouts
    5 common things that could be causing your breakouts
    No one likes pimples. They're distracting, painful, ugly... and usually unavoidable. Most teenagers are familiar with the rite of passage that is acne but sometimes simple things that seem harmless can be the culprit behind a fresh smattering...
  • Federal Reserve
    U.S. recovery in a tenuous global market
    Global markets have been in recession, volatile, and fragile since the global financial crisis in 2009. The United States is now showing the strongest recovery but the global markets remain unstable. This slows U.S. growth, can create instability...
  • Tsubaki Cleansing Oil Gel and Eye Treatment
    Tsubaki Cleansing Oil Gel and Eye Treatment
    Hey lovelies, lately I have been seeing posts about Boscia all over Youtube, Instagram, or from anyone that shops at Sephora. If you didn't know already, Boscia is a 37 year old Japanese skin care brand that is 100% preservative free....
  • Tsubaki Beauty Oil
    Product Review: Boscia Tsubaki Beauty Oil
    Hey my Lovelies, I know this is a bit premature but I couldn't keep this product to myself. Lately I have switched my skincare routine up and one of the products I introduced was the Tsubaki Beauty Oil by Boscia. The Tsubaki Beauty Oil is the...
  • OPEC run banks look towards Russia as control over global oil moves North
    OPEC run banks look towards Russia as control over global oil moves North
    As the petrodollar continues to decline in use by oil producers over the past few years, a sea change is occurring where pricing and controls are slowly moving away from OPEC, and into the hands of Russia. And with this looking more and more like...
  • Canada becomes next country to give money to people as economies collapse
    Canada becomes next country to give money to people as economies collapse
    Just four months ago, Finland began to look at legislation which would give every one of their citizens 800 euros per month in an attempt to boost spending, and provide the ultimate answer to welfare reform. This idea was then quickly picked up by...
  • Petrolia and a place called Punkeydoodles Corners
    Petrolia and a place called Punkeydoodles Corners
    We all recall the story about how Ol’ Jed was simply trying to shoot some supper for his family when up through the ground came that bubblin’ crude, and pretty soon Jed and his bunch were off to Hollywood and its mansions, money,...
  • Big league liquor from small town sites
    Big league liquor from small town sites
    Around the world, Saskatchewan is well-known for being flat (which is mostly not true) being cold (at times, perhaps) and being the home land of the Sasquatch (depending upon who you believe). It is also known for grain farms, potash mines and oil...
  • Iran sticks it to the U.S. by ending the petrodollar and selling oil in euros
    Iran sticks it to the U.S. by ending the petrodollar and selling oil in euros
    Barack Obama's foreign policy woes have showed up once again as on Feb. 6, recently unsanctioned Iran announced that all current and future oil sales will be done in the Euro currency, and not the petrodollar standard. This move comes just a...
  • White House asks oil fee
    Seeking national discussion, White House asks $10-a-barrel oil fee
    Apparently hoping to, at the very least, start a national conversation about driving, flying and sustainable alternatives, President Barack Obama Tuesday will ask Congress for a $10-a-barrel fee on oil as part of his final budget message next week...
  • U.S. President Barack Obama speaks to the media at the conclusion of the summit of G7 nations
    Barack Obama proposes $10 a barrel tax increase on oil
    As President Barack Obama’s administration starts to wind down, the grandiosity has certainly not died out. According to a Thursday story in Politico, the president is going to propose as part of his FY2017 budget a massive, $300 billion...
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