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Old 05-06-2010, 07:55 PM
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Dude the real numbers come from the Oil industry not this so called government .
And BTW the Bad America bunch left office on Jan. 20, 2009.
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You know something Slappy, when somebody puts out numbers and figures about oil reserves, they are probably going off the information of oil geologists and such. This does not make them the BAD AMERICA BUNCH you Fascist idiot.
No Cat I see and SMELL the fascist idiot here Stay with your lefty Snopes and Wilkki, I see why you are lost in life.
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And BTW the Bad America bunch left office on Jan. 20, 2009.
No the Americans left Office and the Communists moved in and trashed the place.
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It is not that I like it, but one of the guys who worked that Oil deposit for the USGS report is long dead,Now as for the recoverable Oil time will tell.
He was gone before that 2008 report was issued. His earlier data was disproved, and the USGS actually bumped up their prior report a little bit.
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He was gone before that 2008 report was issued. His earlier data was disproved, and the USGS actually bumped up their prior report a little bit.
Which is my point what are the real numbers?
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HUH ??they should Obama has given Brazil billions for Oil exploration.
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It is not that I like it, but one of the guys who worked that Oil deposit for the USGS report is long dead,Now as for the recoverable Oil time will tell.
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Jay, I live in Western Colorado. Refutably the richest reserves of oil shale in the world are in this, and surrounding areas. In the 1970s Exxon was heavily vested in oil shale exploration\refining. When the cost of oil from the Middle East "tanked", the exploration and refining was no longer viable. Too costly. The reserves have been estimated in the 2 TRILLION barrel range.

There has been a very aggressive movement as of late in regards to new refining processes and forecast development of infrastructure that would allow high volumes of oil shale to be produced. This is not something you will hear about on wiki. Very few are privy to the oil companies future endeavors. The past few years increase in oil prices, along with the market being so volatile, have ignited the interest of the oil executives and their stock holders.

The next few years will be interesting to say the least.

Sam
I think the real issue with this type of oil is how to extract it, right? It's my understanding that it takes MASSIVE amounts of water and I don't think there is enough water out there to support the effort.

totally agree about the interesting next few years thing.
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