You have me in a state of confusion. CVRR is up (22.66 Up 0.17(0.76%) ). Did you mean CVI?
Only a fool would think a message board could influence share price...
You have been put on "ignore".
Best wishes in your future trades.
Good point... Let us wait a few days to see if that difference remains... I am curious, too...
Icahn already offered $30, I hope you did not pay more... Small refinerys are volite in profits. The quality of the management is the most important factor. Lipinski is top shelf in refinery and fertiliser operations.
I would not blame the 3rd quarter shutdown for the CVI share price decline. The shutdown was preannounced and any unforseen difficulties were handled well. Remember, Lipinski, et al are top notch players.
All refiners are down because the crack spread (not the WTI/Brent spread) is nothing. Gasolene, etc are at low prices. Go to your local gas station and look at the prices...
On your advice, I did a google scholar search. Very interesting... yes, BTU content is increasing with time, mainly from paper/plastic products. If these items are separated, the BTU content decreases.
Reference Univ of British Columbia study..."Two main goals of the integrated solid waste management system (ISWMS) of Metro Vancouver (MV) include further recycling of waste and energy recovery via incineration of waste. These two very common goals, however, are not always compatible enough to fit in an ISWMS depending on waste characteristics and details of recycling programs. This study showed that recent recycling activities in MV have negatively affected the net heating value (NHV) of municipal solid waste (MSW) in this regional district. Results show that meeting MV’s goal for additional recycling of MSW by 2015 will further reduce the NHV of waste, if additional recycling activities are solely focused on more extensive recycling of packaging materials (e.g. paper and plastic). It is concluded that 50% additional recycling of paper and plastic in MV will increase the overall recycling rate to 70% (as targeted by the MV for 2015) and result in more than 8% reduction in NHV of MSW. This reduction translates to up to 2.3 million Canadian dollar (CAD$) less revenue at a potential waste-to-energy (WTE) plant with 500 000 tonnes year−1 capacity."
Soooo.... two trends that have opposite effects. CVA economic evaluation of each project is critical to financial success...
Thanks for the heads-up! You can get hurt trying to catch a falling knife. I usually wait for it to bounce a few times on the floor before I pick it up...
I am trying to locate trend data on the BTU/lb (heating value per pound) for garbage as a fuel source. Any ideas where to look?
Thanks for remembering me,