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Old 02-25-2011, 10:19 AM
 
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US Geological Service Report [April 2008] "North, South Dakota, Montana, Canada...the Bakken Formation is the largest oil discovery since Prudoe Bay....Energy Administration estimates Bakken Oil Reserve contains 503 billion barrels of lightsweet crude (highest grade)

Stanberry Report [April 2006] Hiddel 1000 feet beneath the surface of the Rockies lies the largest untapped oil reserve in the world. [It contains] more than 2 TRILLION barrels.

The plan: drain every last drop of oil out of the Middle East, run the cost of oil to $150-200/barrel, then drop the ME like a hot potato leaving them holding the bag for trillions of dollars of worthless Treasuries they were forced to agree per the Bretton Woods Accord to sell their oil only for petro dollars. Once the inevitable financial crash is underway the oil companies will then start buying up all the troubled underwater real estate (residential, commercial, agricultural) for pennies on the dollar. When oil has finally stabilized at $150-200/barrel the oil companies will then begin to develop Bakken, Stanberry, Gull Island and Alaska Wildlife Refuge and return America slowly to its former status of glory, oil independent, but only under their terms and their leadership via a bought Congress and Presidency.

Do such oil reserves actually exist on American soil? If they do, can this plan of the oil companies actually be carried out? Williams has an impressive record: he predicted the run-up of oil to $150/barrel in summer of 2009, it's fall to $40/barrel in the subsequent months, it's rise again (what were seeing now) and four months ago he predicted trouble in the Middle East.

Listen to 4:45-13:20 of the accompanying video. It spells it all out.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=za_hT...eature=related
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Old 02-25-2011, 10:21 AM
 
Location: Londonderry, NH
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Pumping their's first is the only good part of that idea. Switching heating and transportation from petroleum is the long term solution.
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Old 02-25-2011, 10:27 AM
 
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US Geological Service Report [April 2008] "North, South Dakota, Montana, Canada...the Bakken Formation is the largest oil discovery since Prudoe Bay....Energy Administration estimates Bakken Oil Reserve contains 503 billion barrels of lightsweet crude (highest grade)

Stanberry Report [April 2006] Hiddel 1000 feet beneath the surface of the Rockies lies the largest untapped oil reserve in the world. [It contains] more than 2 TRILLION barrels.

The plan: drain every last drop of oil out of the Middle East, run the cost of oil to $150-200/barrel, then drop the ME like a hot potato leaving them holding the bag for trillions of dollars of worthless Treasuries they were forced to agree per the Bretton Woods Accord to sell their oil only for petro dollars. Once the inevitable financial crash is underway the oil companies will then start buying up all the troubled underwater real estate (residential, commercial, agricultural) for pennies on the dollar. When oil has finally stabilized at $150-200/barrel the oil companies will then begin to develop Bakken, Stanberry, Gull Island and Alaska Wildlife Refuge and return America slowly to its former status of glory, oil independent, but only under their terms and their leadership via a bought Congress and Presidency.

Do such oil reserves actually exist on American soil? If they do, can this plan of the oil companies actually be carried out? Williams has an impressive record: he predicted the run-up of oil to $150/barrel in summer of 2009, it's fall to $40/barrel in the subsequent months, it's rise again (what were seeing now) and four months ago he predicted trouble in the Middle East.
There is plenty of oil, but too expensive to extract, so you can't find anyone to do it. Shell started extraction at the Rockies, but gave up on the idea and went home. They said you could do it, but you'd have to build a nuke power plant first to generate the heat required to cook it out of the rock. Maybe one day the government will have to extract it at a loss, since there is no interest in alternate energies.
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Old 02-25-2011, 10:28 AM
 
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There is plenty of oil here in America. Obama won't let them get to it.
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Old 02-25-2011, 11:00 AM
 
Location: Vancouver, B.C., Canada
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I heard about this in canadian news reports it also so it seems in the end the US and Canada are set and with the perimiter security agreement now signed by obama and harper .it looks like we now opened up even faster cheaper trade and are going to start sharing secure info and secure the arctic. which is also has alot of untapped natural Gas and oil which russia is trying to claim for themselfs even though it lies in Canadian waters.

also china wants a massive pipeline built from the alberta tar sands through the rockies and out to the pacific ocean seaports. so they want to spend alot of money looks like North america holds all the cards in terms of resources from fresh water, soft lumber, coal, natural gas and the worlds #1 producer of fertilizer to the largest confirmed uranium deposits and enrich 80% of the worlds nuclear fission rods for power plants and the best part is we are already each other best allies and trading partners and share the same culture and values and early north american history

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Old 02-25-2011, 11:14 AM
 
Location: Vancouver, B.C., Canada
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There is plenty of oil, but too expensive to extract, so you can't find anyone to do it. Shell started extraction at the Rockies, but gave up on the idea and went home. They said you could do it, but you'd have to build a nuke power plant first to generate the heat required to cook it out of the rock. Maybe one day the government will have to extract it at a loss, since there is no interest in alternate energies.
guess what alberta has been apporved to build a massive nucler power plants in alberta running the advanced CANDU gen 4+++ nuclear reactor that are just for going to power oil extraction it is slated to start to be built by 2016

Energy Alberta has chosen Peace River as the potential site for its nuclear power plant and has filed an application for a site preparation licence with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).

The application is for the siting of up to two of twin-unit plants, using AECL's ACR-1000 Advanced Candu reactors. Energy Alberta plans initially to build one 2200 MWe twin-unit plant, with a start-up target of 2017. "We are proud to be pioneers in bringing the benefits of clean, safe, reliable nuclear power to Alberta," said Energy Alberta President Wayne Henuset.

According to its press release, Energy Alberta chose the Peace River region as its preferred site because of "demonstrated" community support as well as the existence of infrastructure and support services and technical feasibility. The location 30 km west of the town of Peace River was chosen after "months" of community engagement. Residents of another possible site, at Whitecourt, recently retracted an earlier letter of support for Energy Alberta's plans and voted to hold a residents' poll if Energy Alberta chose their region.

Energy Alberta files Candu site application
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Old 02-25-2011, 11:53 AM
 
Location: Texas
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Default Yeah, I got that chain email, too. It's only about 95% bogus.

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US Geological Service Report [April 2008] "North, South Dakota, Montana, Canada...the Bakken Formation is the largest oil discovery since Prudoe Bay....Energy Administration estimates Bakken Oil Reserve contains 503 billion barrels of lightsweet crude (highest grade)

Stanberry Report [April 2006] Hiddel 1000 feet beneath the surface of the Rockies lies the largest untapped oil reserve in the world. [It contains] more than 2 TRILLION barrels.

The plan: drain every last drop of oil out of the Middle East, run the cost of oil to $150-200/barrel, then drop the ME like a hot potato leaving them holding the bag for trillions of dollars of worthless Treasuries they were forced to agree per the Bretton Woods Accord to sell their oil only for petro dollars. Once the inevitable financial crash is underway the oil companies will then start buying up all the troubled underwater real estate (residential, commercial, agricultural) for pennies on the dollar. When oil has finally stabilized at $150-200/barrel the oil companies will then begin to develop Bakken, Stanberry, Gull Island and Alaska Wildlife Refuge and return America slowly to its former status of glory, oil independent, but only under their terms and their leadership via a bought Congress and Presidency.

Do such oil reserves actually exist on American soil? If they do, can this plan of the oil companies actually be carried out? Williams has an impressive record: he predicted the run-up of oil to $150/barrel in summer of 2009, it's fall to $40/barrel in the subsequent months, it's rise again (what were seeing now) and four months ago he predicted trouble in the Middle East.

Listen to 4:45-13:20 of the accompanying video. It spells it all out.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=za_hT...eature=related
There really is an oil deposit known as the Bakken Formation.

It isn't nearly as big as that bogus email tries to convince you it is.

snopes.com: Bakken Formation
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Old 02-25-2011, 11:55 AM
 
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There is plenty of oil here in America. Obama won't let them get to it.
If i was given a chance to predict any future posts made in this thread for money as soon as this thread was opened, i would've predicted THIS one!!

Surely you have a better imagination than that!

BTW...why didn't Bush do it when he had a Republican Congress?
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Old 02-25-2011, 11:58 AM
 
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If i was given a chance to predict any future posts made in this thread for money as soon as this thread was opened, i would've predicted THIS one!!

Surely you have a better imagination than that!

BTW...why didn't Bush do it when he had a Republican Congress?
hey, who put the illegal moratorium in place? Who isn't issuing permits to drill?
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Old 02-25-2011, 12:11 PM
 
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hey, who put the illegal moratorium in place? Who isn't issuing permits to drill?
"Illegal moratorium?" Really?
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