Oil prices rise after Air Strike
Sounds like a normal statement don’t it?
Well to a normal person I guess it would.
However, I have never been accuser as being normal, no sense starting now?
Syria itself produces very little oil.
As a U.S. military strike against Syria grows increasingly likely, oil prices have slowly crept higher.
Because it can!
Today, the U.S. actually gets most of its imported oil from Canada and Latin America.
And many Americans might be surprised to learn that the U.S. now imports roughly the same amount of oil from Africa as it does from the Persian Gulf.
African imports were a bit higher in 2010, while Persian Gulf oil accounted for a bit more last year.
What I do not understand is why my friends and neighbors are so contented with this greed?
As you know, I worked just shy of 40 years with oil and gas, working at keeping equipment working (Service Technician).
Thanks to, Ralph Nader in the 1970’s
This country has capped billions of gallons of oil in the ground; just clean up the sulfur and use it if you must?
Sell it to Arab OPEC companies!