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norrishappy 870 posts  |  Last Activity: 3 hours ago Member since: Apr 24, 2002
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    OIL headed to $70 for summer, LINN to $15

    by oilgoesto70 Apr 7, 2015 1:03 PM
    norrishappy norrishappy Apr 13, 2015 11:29 AM Flag

    Gum do not forget personal 'glory'.

    Which as Montesquieu and Publius pointed out under conditions of American general rationality can serve the Good. As Bill Clinton did with his 'third way' which was simply going traditional common sense or conservative now in policy agenda.

    Hillary is a Progressive more than simply a self absorbed maw like Bill. Nor does she have any personal charm or charisma. So her only path to personal glory is the Grubering false honor of the Progressive like Obama.

    Hillary is not only an inept character defective, she is caged by the Progressive box of false honor. Which requires emotional exploitation of our least aware and able to resist Americans.

    What most Democrats desire is a Truman democrat. What the Progressive controlled party delivers is a self entitling Hillary. What a mess.

    Maybe Schumer Worm Tongue will look inside himself and want to do better. At least real personal glory.
    Which is not going to happen unless he changes.

  • Reply to

    Market Edge Says LINE is a BUY

    by legalbark Apr 11, 2015 8:41 AM
    norrishappy norrishappy Apr 13, 2015 11:19 AM Flag

    Now the delusions Ron^3 is claiming to be day trading a partnership. Which has wild tax ramifications.

    When LNCO is still at a discount.

    Not to mention the ever changing inefficiency between the two is the edge for a real trader.

  • Reply to

    OIL headed to $70 for summer, LINN to $15

    by oilgoesto70 Apr 7, 2015 1:03 PM
    norrishappy norrishappy Apr 13, 2015 11:00 AM Flag

    Placing even more uncertainty on American energy production.

    Sadly we now know the reason the Aryan mullah did not want anything in writing. Just wanted to expose Obama/Kerry as the international scaramouche entertainment.

    Aryan mullahs know exactly how to exploit our Progressive's false honor. Poor old Jon Stewart and the Great Ghoulsbee of Chicago. What is the nature of their agency of influence?

    As the base emotional political tactics have fragmented Americans to an absolutely absurd level. Will American woman really vote for a clearly inept and corrupt 'corpratist' Hillary because she is female?

    Carly is a good healthy roll model. Not to mention her pitch is poised, rational and purposeful.

    Republicans really do need to look at the American produced ng and ngls. This is a massive excellent job creation machine. Encouraging export and getting the EPA back to reason and science is the combination necessary to get the Chemical special interests off their Progressive special interest and building.

    If rig counts are falling in Permian and Eagleford, it is just a question of time for the shale decline rate to kick in.

    American has all we need with simple straightforward correction to Obama/Progressive insanity for normal recovery economic growth and improving wages.

    If we do not elect the hopelessly corrupt and completely inept Hillary. Who can not recover from making herself a scaramouche in internation affairs. Sadly Progressive voters have no clue about the Russian reset button and Beng.

    Hillary, false honor and nothing but self glory in most negative relief. Yea, she cares! Really!

  • norrishappy norrishappy Apr 13, 2015 10:10 AM Flag

    Obama and the cold heart Progressives are forcing by Unconstitutional process what has crushed Germany.
    Electricity rates have about doubled, the grid is no unstable and due to no planning irrational and thanks to the imposed inefficiency generating more co2.

    German companies are moving their plants to America. Believing and hopefully correctly we will get our Progressive and corrupt Hillary problems under control.

    If we do not give these cold heart Progressives a time out, they will block the return to American of high value added manufacturing. Against all odds and free market process, Obama has scared off ethane and propane processing even when the inputs are basically free.

    We are unfortunately having what Montesquieu called false honor imposed upon us. The 'interest' of the Progressive religion is irrational. Therefore Obama bold lying about the cost of Obamacare, Hillary lying about Benghazi, committing felonies and providing hostile government with the unprotected server emails erased so Americans do not know, Gruber, Reid and Boxer bragging/admitting using Rules for Radicals tactics. Even abusing our special protections of the Senate Well meant to protect us from the government.

    All these bold faced deceptions are 'honorable' to a Progressive. As is the outlandish abuse of our Constitutional process and safeguards. As is creating artificially high food and energy prices to make their humanity hating earth goddess pleased.

    It is possible mainly because automatons like the OLB in grand delusion believe they are the more aware elite. The ultimate in useful idiots. The condition of shameless carries the heavy personal price of lacking honesty and therefore blocks them from the higher existences of reason and logic. As we witness with the daily OLB hog day routines.

    As we see with Obama, Hillary, Kerry, Boxer, Reid ....... It is about false honor and therefore destructive self glory. We win right? Not the Good which was achieved.

  • By WARNER BAXTER
    April 12, 2015 5:50 p.m. ET

    Americans don’t give much thought to whether their electricity will be there when they need it. You flip a switch, the lights go on. Your phone charges up. The medical equipment in the emergency room does its job. Yet electric reliability, long a bedrock of this country’s prosperity and high standard of living, does not come as easily as its steady presence might suggest.

    The Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, a proposed regulation limiting carbon emissions from existing coal-fired plants, threatens to jeopardize the reliability that Americans and businesses have come to depend upon. The EPA proposal calls for states to cut emissions by 30% from 2005 levels by 2030. It also imposes aggressive interim targets starting in 2020 that will test states’ ability to meet these standards without disrupting service. For example, 39 states must achieve more than 50% of their final target by 2020.

    Reliable power requires decades of careful planning. The appropriate amount and type of round-the-clock generation capacity, transmission and distribution lines must be finely balanced in advance to ensure the lights go on when a switch is flipped anywhere in the U.S. The EPA plan will significantly impair that planning process.

    The EPA’s proposal is causing concern among those who provide electricity for a living. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission held an event in St. Louis on March 31, the last in a series of conferences on the implications of the plan. The North American Electric Reliability Corp., a nonprofit oversight group, has said the EPA plan could constitute “a significant reliability challenge, given the constrained time period for implementation.”

  • Reply to

    The Federalist Papers "The Executive"

    by norrishappy Apr 12, 2015 10:12 AM
    norrishappy norrishappy Apr 13, 2015 9:21 AM Flag

    Well gdp was free markets and private property.

    Obama said if you build a factory you did not do that. We did it. ;)

    Not to mention Obama EPS busted falsifying pollution claims. Trying to control fracturing when there is no justification to do so.

  • Reply to

    Market Edge Says LINE is a BUY

    by legalbark Apr 11, 2015 8:41 AM
    norrishappy norrishappy Apr 12, 2015 10:17 PM Flag

    Yea after all the nonsense about LINE and LNCO, Ron^3 just paid a premium for LINE.

    On and on. .......

  • Reply to

    The Federalist Papers "The Executive"

    by norrishappy Apr 12, 2015 10:12 AM
    norrishappy norrishappy Apr 12, 2015 12:55 PM Flag

    Why Willie look at the CME oil futures. ;)

    NG specific rigs declined to 222 last week.

    OIl rigs dropping too. In the lost cost or highest all in IRR basins.

    Down from over 2,000 when Obama falsely promised to consider American natural gas with objectivity and 'science'. Then with false or Grubering Progressive honor stepped all over export.

    A very good journalist/ economist at Barrors is boldly sticking with 3.5% American economics growth. What it really has to be given the Conservative/Republicans dramatic drop in gasoline prices.

    I find the stories that the other SUNNI oil states are sneaking market share of SAs dime pretty amusing. All they have between them and ISIS/Aryan mullahs is the SA air force.

    The answer is no human being knows better than the futures market.

  • Paul A. Rahe is a Professor of History and holds the Charles O. Lee and Louise K. Lee Chair in the Western Heritage at Hillsdale College, where he has taught since 2007. He received a B.A. from Yale University in 1971, as well as a B.A. from the University of Oxford in 1974. He received his Ph.D. from Yale University, where he went on to serve as an instructor for two years, and returned in 1996-1997 as a visiting professor. He has taught at Cornell University, Franklin and Marshall College, and The University of Tulsa, where he taught from 1981-2007 and was named the J.P. Walker Professor of American History in 1994.

    I love the lecture. But the density was so great I wonder if PhD Rahe did not out run his coverage for a seminar course. I am aware of Athenian, Spartan and Roman history. The English executive republic.

    But it does make the necessary point of just how sophisticated the J-C Reformist philosophy which animates our Constitutional system is. Yet can be expressed in few words we once intuitively understood.

    Now gdp it will not kill you to watch. But it might kill the old lower order negative primitive you have chosen to be, without awarenss.

  • Reply to

    Rig count slaughter almost at bottom

    by goskiing99 Apr 10, 2015 7:05 PM
    norrishappy norrishappy Apr 12, 2015 10:00 AM Flag

    Yes gdp, all are aware of the Progressive uncurious nature and the inferiority complex which results. Which results in public tantrums and absurd attempts to bully others.

    You have reduced yourself to the very lowest level of not shame and public disgrace.

  • norrishappy norrishappy Apr 12, 2015 9:57 AM Flag

    so 76% of inflows, mainly from the Sierra Nevada mountains, spill into San Francisco Bay.

    Yea gdp, willfully ignorant and angry about it.

    A common claim is that agriculture consumes about 80% of “developed” water supply, yet this excludes the half swiped off the top for environmental purposes. Farmers typically consume about 80% of the remainder, so only 40% of the total. Urban users get the rest. Note also that state and federal water projects, which export water from the Delta, have slashed contractual allocations more for agriculture than to urban users. See the nearby chart.

    As a key player in the Obama administration had the towering hubris to say in public, a crisis should never go to waste.

  • Real investors, not the OLB personas, would benefit from looking over this excellent piece form Market Realist. The type of contracts are critical. The OLB is always chasing trailing yields and not bother to read let alone understand. Those big trailing yields most often can be explained by the contracts the mlp has.

    Really strong pipes like EPD have take or pay. Their ngl export trains may provide an opportunity to take equity barrels of ethane and then export. Ship cargo ngl must be even drier - less ethane - than pipe.
    But as things are, volumes in their ng processing facilities are a big head wind.

    One with rational government policy would be a huge lift for the American economy.

    The Great Ghoulsbee of Chicago does know better. It is a shame he does not use his highly developed talents to get his side in the light of reason. Do what is the right thing for the union rank and file.

    Such a power brain is an inexcusable thing to waste on forging Progressive myths.

  • norrishappy norrishappy Apr 11, 2015 8:52 PM Flag

    Oh and Fox Business along with the older sister is a necessary information source. Otherwise you could end up like gdp and the rest of the old.

    Willfully ignorant and angry when common sense American take notice of the progressive condition.

  • norrishappy norrishappy Apr 11, 2015 8:49 PM Flag

    Permian and Eagleford

    Permian is well served by infrastructure and access to the Mount Belvieu processing - now export nexus.
    It is the lowest cost of all the shale basins.

    The dropping rig count here does provide a clear signal that shale production will be constrained at these prices.

    Eagleford has been an excellent light oil and very wet or rich gas play. The absolute disgrace of methane; one of the world's most valuable molecules, being a unwanted by-product and clean propane also near rejection. A real problem for the basin economics.

    Obama's irrational Moby #$%$ behaviour routine with an Aryan deal adding the uncertainty of a world oil market flooded with additional supply. While maybe nice in the short term, it would further wither our American and Canadian industry. Costing the only good jobs created in this deary Progressive period. As well as further weakening America.

    I believe it is most beneficial for Americans to read the WSJ piece on the California drought and Progressive made crisis. It is the same irrational political mechanics keeping our economy from utilizing our natural gas for economic growth.

    Also that the WSJ editorial board is a source providing objective fact based reporting on how purposefully irrational and deceptive all this 'environmental justice' is becoming. From insane water mismanagement to corn ethanol to natural gas is a problem rather than a every one should be please solution.

    Oh and Barrons carried one of the most blindly ignorant pieces form joker Laing. "Iran Deal Looks Good for Stocks".Truly absurd to the point of laughable. The veteran writers continue good quality objective opinion. But they are moving on one by one. The editorial function excellence a quality now long gone.

    America has all we need for a very nice normal economic recovery topping 4% for many years. We must however give the Progressive a time out. Hillary more dreary and world instability.

    We all know better than hillary.

  • NICOLE FRIEDMAN

    Oil-field-services firm Baker Hughes Inc. said Friday that the number of rigs drilling for oil in the U.S. fell by 42 to 760 in the latest week, the largest drop in four weeks. The number of oil-drilling rigs has declined for 18 straight weeks as producers have cut spending on new output because of low oil prices. Most of the decline was in the Eagle Ford and Permian shales, key regions for shale-oil production.

    The latest rig-count data “signal that U.S. production is a lot closer to topping,” said Phil Flynn, analyst at Price Futures Group in Chicago. “The mood seems to be shifted more toward the bullish side.”

    The rig count can be an early indicator for output, though producers have also increased the amount of oil they can extract from an individual well and production has continued to rise in recent weeks.

    Traders also eyed geopolitical uncertainties, including unrest in the Middle East and a potential final deal over Iran’s nuclear program.

    In his first public comments after last week’s agreement on a framework for a nuclear deal, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Thursday that the U.S. and its negotiating partners must lift all sanctions on his country immediately after a final deal is signed.

    Oil prices rose for the fourth straight week on expectations that production will soon plateau and amid uncertainty about Iranian nuclear negotiations.

  • norrishappy by norrishappy Apr 11, 2015 7:34 PM Flag

    How about a rational increase in the dividend rather than now fairly priced share price?

    So the founding family has to put shares into a trust to be sold? Counter productive aside from the poor capital allocation which holds the valuation down.

  • Reply to

    What a mess -

    by norrishappy Apr 11, 2015 7:26 PM
    norrishappy norrishappy Apr 11, 2015 7:30 PM Flag

    Well some clown is playing games and delete posts which is fine.

    But WSJ has a fine piece outlining how Progressives turned a drought into a very real human crisis.

    It is the same process which by the American economy can not take natural gas at an 80% discount to the world and create good paying often union jobs. Yet the union bosses go against the interest of their union to have their place at the progressive table of power.

  • norrishappy by norrishappy Apr 11, 2015 7:26 PM Flag

    In 2009 Democrats in Congress mandated that a spring salmon run be restored along a 60-mile stretch of the San Joaquin River that’s been dry since the 1940s. During the current drought, about 400,000 acre-feet of water—enough to sustain 100,000 acres and 400,000 families—were used for test-runs. Their conclusion? The salmon aren’t ready for the river, or vice versa. Environmental diversions consume 4.4 million acre-feet of water a year.

    A common claim is that agriculture consumes about 80% of “developed” water supply, yet this excludes the half swiped off the top for environmental purposes. Farmers typically consume about 80% of the remainder, so only 40% of the total. Urban users get the rest. Note also that state and federal water projects, which export water from the Delta, have slashed contractual allocations more for agriculture than to urban users. See the nearby chart.

    Between 1993 and 2006—normal years for precipitation—C

  • Reply to

    Rig count slaughter almost at bottom

    by goskiing99 Apr 10, 2015 7:05 PM
    norrishappy norrishappy Apr 11, 2015 7:16 PM Flag

    So delusional gdp. But this is the core of the progressive disability.

  • Oil-field-services firm Baker Hughes Inc. said Friday that the number of rigs drilling for oil in the U.S. fell by 42 to 760 in the latest week, the largest drop in four weeks. The number of oil-drilling rigs has declined for 18 straight weeks as producers have cut spending on new output because of low oil prices. Most of the decline was in the Eagle Ford and Permian shales, key regions for shale-oil production.

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