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joenobody02 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 1, 2014 5:54 PM Member since: Dec 22, 2001
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  • joenobody02 by joenobody02 Oct 1, 2014 5:54 PM Flag

    Now we know why our CEO always wear a pink shirt - it is his job to excite the ox so it work at the oxen rig that much faster. It is all team work. The bad news is that they just found out the OX is colour blind. The good news is that they just bought another ox with the 500 millions in hand.

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    This is heading to $2-3 range

    by listen_jockers Sep 18, 2014 7:10 PM
    joenobody02 joenobody02 Sep 21, 2014 2:12 AM Flag

    On the other hand, if we understand how this crisis come about, may be we can predict whether there will be near term resolution or not.
    Personally, I follow the money. That is to ask WHO benefits if this crisis should continue.
    It would not be the EU for sure. Their economy can ill afford another blow from cutting off trade with Russia. Many German CEO have spoken out but Washington is not listening. In fact, Nuland's " #$%$ the EU" comment says it all. The US do not give a damn about EU's economy.
    However, if this crisis continues, neither the US or Russia will benefit. Both countries will suffer. The US is pushing Russia more towards working with the Chinese. The US dollar reserve status is under threat that much more. Even a weakening of that status may be sufficient to cost pain in the US , like having to pay a higher interest rate on its HUGH debt. There is also the possibility that US companies will be shut out of the Arctic oil field forever. China could also stop helping to send US satellites with its rockets.
    So who else is left that would benefit from the continuation of the crisis ? Who indeed ? A weakened Russia will not stand in the way of the disintegration of Syria and Iran. If this is the motive behind the hostility, then a near term resolution is out of the question.

  • joenobody02 joenobody02 Aug 20, 2014 2:28 AM Flag

    Yeah but Oil Search does not have the money to buy. Super majors will outbid it anytime.

  • joenobody02 joenobody02 Aug 13, 2014 8:41 AM Flag

    Look at the bright side. At least they did not say drilling has been suspended - even at the current depth.

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