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Old 05-12-2011, 08:40 PM   #29
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First I don't think oil can freeze, it can however get so thick it does not flow. So in a sense it's frozen I guess.
And that is why In my posts I directed everyone to energy department. Heard ICE comment on Bloomberg Financial I think.

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Old 05-13-2011, 05:57 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by bachler View Post
I posted this on another thread;; Also I do NOT mean this to offend any one;; This is information I have researched that anyone can/has access to.. Shell,Chevron/texaco/exxon/mobil/marathon/speedway/amoco and citgo.Import There Oil. 5,517,000 barrels per day Now at $100.00 Per barrel. You do the paper work; .. (over $200. billion Per. Year) That is gone; Companies that DO not import Middle eastoil. ARE;; Sunoco,,conoco,, OA sinclair,,,BP/Phillips,,,,,,ARCO ,,,Maverick ,,,,, Flying J ,,,,Velero ,,, Murphy oil USA..(sold at wal-mart Drilled in South Arkansas Fully USA owned) With that being said You make up yuor own mind as to where/who you want to support.. Chack scoops To varify;; Life is good.. Posted for information purposes only;;
If you're going to post "for information purposes only," at least get your information right! I worked for one of the companies you say does not import Middle East oil, and I can state for an absolute fact that they do. Also, Murphy Oil, which according to their own web site is an international; company, owns a big refinery in the suburbs of New Orleans which definitely runs oil from places other than Arkansas.

And why focus on the Middle East? The oil market is global, and most products, once refined, are mixed together.

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