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  • opinionsarelike33 opinionsarelike33 May 2, 2013 3:36 PM Flag

    Sand where did you go i gave you reasons about LINE

    and you disappear as usual.
    Because you have nothing to argue about, Here is what I said and I know you read it and you just clamed up like yur buddy when challenged.

    Yes LINE is sitting in good shape with BRY purchase and the easy fracking of the oil. Wouldn't you say. or do you disagree with what rlp posted about not having to use as much water being that the water is in place for recovery in the shale formation. To me LINE is looking pretty good. What say you sand?

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    • There are good reasons why I usually disagree with what he posts (except some of the cut and paste jobs) and you already know that, so what is your real reason for asking?

      He can provide you with a long list from the price of Bakken sour at $47 (when the co being discussed was producing sweet & not sour) to the profitability of OIL pipelines in ND and just how many are NOW being built, to the $Ten Trillion in economic activity that he thinks will bloom from the Utica/Marcellus, while there are several (now) trying pretty hard to sell their acreages and go elsewhere.

      So, just still the acting heckler-in-chief?

      So what does your open ended question really mean?
      "What say you sand?"

      I generally like LINE, which you already know.

      I do not think there is a water problem in ND which you were already told with exactly why, where the water comes from & the % of frac-fluids that are being re-used.

      I doubt that EVEP is going to get to $93 anytime soon and would not be surprised to see LNCO there first, if either of them get to around that price eventually.

      So, (specifically) what are you asking?

 
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