Hoax or Motherload????

Discussion in 'Commodity Futures' started by rateesquad, Sep 3, 2006.

  1. hjay23


  2. So its not the same thing, damn I thought i would be rich :mad:
    How different is shale oil for light sweet???
  3. Hoax or motherload?

    How about just "load"?
  4. It probably cost like $100 to extract the oil from this stuff...
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    I think it sounds promising.

    Copy/paste the above link into a brower to see the vid.


  6. Old news.................they stick heating rods deep into the ground to heat up the shale to get the oil to move to a vaporous state to then pump out of the ground. There is a lot of potential possibly, but there is a long road to travel with environmental concerns and local politics....we will see.

  7. No....about $40 a barrel equivalent with the "heating rod" extraction methods.

  8. Screw those hippies they want to destroy the whole civilization.
    When they tried to put electric rotators in Hudson river to generate electricity, those goddamn hippies stopped it, you know why??? Due to the fact that it will possibly kill fish. Come on give me a freaking brake, if there is fish in Hudson river near NYC, I am fucking Santa.
    #10     Sep 5, 2006