Looks like US GTL 40 cts per gal crude produced 80 cts WTI shale stuff 110 cts. PS if u want a lynching mob go to 88 as my name also mud there. Doubt they even read anything except Finfeed and will ignore the line of new US pipeline. .
You don't get "bits" of QP. Aramco is larger but not nearly as profitable. RDS etc get regular tea & biscuits but that's it. Even Putin is nervous there. GISS may as well carry on dreaming even Barclays had to do that. Probably Blatter got something though.
Good last post eegbvi regarding future gas demand. Ive invested in VLS they are designing a plant that converts gas to liquids. Eegbvi do you see a big future in gas to liquid technology? thanks in advance
Within 5 years most oil cos expect gas to be a much bigger player(RDS/BG) and the Qatar pilot gas to petroleum has 100% success so far at 25k bpd. Bits I've heard is BP has as much if not more interest in SFB than NFB. If you have both oil and gas you're going to be in a good position. SFB so far is hairy though it seems but of course shareholders are always last to know. The Qatar plant is due in New Orleans and Canada in 2017 as commercial.
Chaps I was watching Batman Returns last night, & Danny De Vito's minions are penguins with dynamite strapped to their back. We could emulate this by sending some Rockhoppers with explosives to Buenos Aires? thoughts please.
SP just following Brent with idiot NY crude punters leaning on EIA numbers tomorrow FTSE is in holiday mode to next Wed also. As to US shale oil will be finished off 2018 as Qatar's gas to petroleum system comes in but shale gas is ok. If UK has a lot of gas the system will deliver clean petrol at 40% cheaper without any car engine change. FI SFB gas will sell easily then
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