Yeah like I told you a month ago, oil prices were over due for a correction. Here it is, and until the world economy takes off oil prices will continue to decline. As it declines and countries like Nigeria see their revenues shrinking they will panic and allow more access to their oil, which in turn will put additional pressure on oil prices... Then you have Iran that wants to get out from under sanctions so they can sell their oil, lots of downward pressure on oil prices. I doubt we will see 40 as some have claimed but a sustained level near 85 is very possible, and that is the number I'm using for investing purposes. I've seen this before. This will weigh heavy on Canadian oil since much of theirs is still bottle necked. A few more points, today the US uses one million barrels a day less than they did in 2010. China has been building Ng refiling stations, they have built more in one year than the US has all together. I sold LSTMF, holding PGH for now and will continue to add shares to my teaser stock, if oil falls to 85 its premium oil will get 90 Plus, has access to pipelines and processing facilities for its heavily weighted Ng liquids..