Friday, June 11, 2010

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7 comments:

Jeff said...

In the unsigned musician industry, we give away the digital content and sell the live performances. Otherwise you get your loyal groupies and then hit a wall.

Tyler Havlin said...

Drilling Rules Hit Trans-Alaska Pipeline

The federal government's new wariness about offshore drilling in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is dimming what may be the best hope for extending the life of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, a crucial artery supplying one-quarter of the West Coast's oil.

The 800-mile pipeline, owned by a BP-led consortium, carries about 670,000 barrels of oil a day -- 13% of U.S. production -- from Alaska's North Slope the length of the state to Port Valdez. From there it is sent by tanker to refineries in Washington and California.

That is a lot less than the two million barrels a day the pipeline carried at its peak back in 1988, because of a rapid -- and probably permanent -- decline in Alaska's onshore oil production.

http://www.rigzone.com/news/article.asp?a_id=94679

InfiniteBlue said...

Building a wall Mike?

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Gustav said...

Anyone still out there?

Where have you all gravitated?


Namaste,
Gustav.

pagun said...

Thanks for all the free research you did Mike. it was great. The best, in fact. You stand alone in that you told the truth on cia drugs 911 etc... the world's most significant stories that, amazingly, nobody else would touch. You will go down in history. Don't let it go to your head though, because there were always plenty of us who already knew and have been building lifeboats for many decades.