Forget oil it will be about uranium. If the Obama administration and Iran get an agreement sell your oil stocks and buy uranium mining stocks. Iran will keep their programs running full stream ahead and Israel, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the other countries around Iran will have to start their own nuclear programs. You see it is not going to be about oil it will be about uranium.
If Weald were really smart and "superior" like he posits, he would understand the concept of a patent. You can't just patent your exact product, but those that are approximate. Weald didn't do that....thus, his mediocrity (if we want to give him that much credit) becomes apparent.
The mark of a real bozo. Every time Weald gets into trouble you show up. You pose as his "challenge" to allude suspicion. Come on! Man up!
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Yemen is a neighbor to the most important oil producer in the world, and is also located along the oil trading chokepoint of Bab el Mandeb, a sliver of water that connects the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aden. In other words, it connects oil tankers from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean. An estimated 3.8 million barrels of oil travel through these narrow straits each day.
Oil Markets Blow Yemen Crisis Out Of Proportion
By Nick Cunningham
Posted on Thu, 26 March 2015 17:53 | 2
Saudi Arabia launched airstrikes in Yemen, causing oil prices to jump on fears over Middle East instability.
The markets clearly reacted with concern over the rising violence in the Arabian Peninsula, which pits Saudi Arabia against Iran in a proxy war. Saudi Arabia is targeting Shia rebels seeking to topple the Saudi-backed Yemeni government. Reuters reports that Saudi bombs targeted an airport and airbase held by the Houthis, which seized Yemen’s capital of Sanaa last September.
“We will do whatever it takes in order to protect the legitimate government of Yemen from falling,” Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi ambassador to the United States, said in Washington DC. A Saudi official told Reuters that a “land offensive might be needed to restore order.”
The conflict involves a convoluted set of regional rivalries. The U.S. is supporting Saudi Arabia with “logistical and intelligence support.” Iran has denounced Saudi Arabia’s attack. The United Arab Emirates has denounced Iranian influence in the region. Meanwhile the U.S. and Iran find themselves on the same side with their attacks on ISIS in Iraq, although their campaigns are not coordinated.
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The overnight surprise attack by Saudi Arabia caused oil prices to spike. WTI has surged over $50 for the first time in several weeks. Oil prices are now up 13 percent in the last week alone. The surge comes amid growing c
Hey, moron. Weren't you the one to defend him by pointing out his imposter when he was being teased into oblivion? Get a life. You play right into this moron's deck of cards.
Germans have psychological problems. If only this had been an AMERICAN pilot. If only the stupid Germans had imposed a policy like you have in the US - two pilots in the cockpit at all times. What is even more unbelievable is that this German pilot gets on a 60 to 90 minute flight and can't hold his bladder! They have clearly become the inferior race.
Condolences to the families and may those poor people rest in peace.