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  • Kevin Conlin
    Feb 7, 2007

      That’s funny, but you’re absolutely right, Robert, that website is scam city!


      $45,000 income from a $100 investment?  Sure!  What he has done is price the investment below the radar screen for scams, very few people will go to the trouble of filing a formal complaint for a $100 investment.




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      From: Robert Johnston [mailto:junk1@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2007 10:06 PM
      To: hreg@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: RE: [hreg] report from Matthew Simmon to Bloomberg on peak oil


      Ed, I’d rather you sent the $100 to our Burma solar energy project.  At least there it would do some good! 

      Seriously, this scheme has fraud so clearly written all over it I am surprised you would choose to associate yourself with it, let alone sell it to others, especially here.  Is this a social research project to prove that P.T. Barnum was right?





      From: hreg@yahoogroups. com [mailto: hreg@yahoogroups. com ] On Behalf Of Ron Spross
      Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2007 7:13 AM
      To: hreg@yahoogroups. com
      Subject: Re: [hreg] report from Matthew Simmon to Bloomberg on peak oil


      With a little knowledge of the physics, you'll find there is no risk whatsoever in this.  You are more likely to make a profit spending $100 on lottery tickets. 

      On 2/5/07, Edward Kramer <onekindr@pdq. net> wrote:


      This inventor has a very unique process, if you are a risk taker, you can invest a $100.00 in a dealership and if he is able to get it on the ground, you can be set for the rest of your life.  www.first-molecule. com.



      ----- Original Message -----

      From: J P Malone

      Sent: Monday, February 05, 2007 8:44 AM

      Subject: RE: [hreg] report from Matthew Simmon to Bloomberg on peak oil


      Excellent post.  Thank you, Diane.

      From: hreg@yahoogroups. com [mailto:hreg@yahoogroups. com] On Behalf Of jclem412@aol. com
      Sent: Sunday, February 04, 2007 10:56 AM
      To: hreg@yahoogroups. com
      Subject: [hreg] report from Matthew Simmon to Bloomberg on peak oil

       via Diane Clemens:

      Hi All,

        This is a non political post. For those of you who do not know who Mathew Simmons is, he is the President of the largest energy investment bank in the world, Simmons & Company International, http://www.simmonsc o-intl.com/  This is a multi billion dollar corporation. His clients include British Petroleum and Halliburton. He has been a key advisor to the Bush Administration, Vice President Cheney's 2001 Energy Task Force and the Council on Foreign Relations.


      The link may not be up for long. 7 minute video  interview. Watch it at http://www.theoildr um.com/node/ 2239 .


      Janaia Donaldson

      Yuba Gals Independent Media

      530-265-4244 ( California )

      Published on 1 Feb 2007 by


      . Archived on 1 Feb 2007.

      Simmons says global oil supply has peaked

      by Rhonda Schaffler

      Matthew Simmons, chairman of Simmons & Co. International in Houston , talked yesterday with Bloomberg's Rhonda Schaffler about the need to address energy use, his view that global supply has peaked and the likelihood oil prices could reach as much as $300 a barrel. (Source: Bloomberg)

      [Transcription of the first few minutes of the interview]

      Q: Tell me how you draw your conclusion that at this point we've hit Peak Oil.

      A: If you look at the numbers and you follow what's going on starting with Mexico's giant Cantarell field which is now in a very serious state of decline and then you look at the North Sea and you see just the UK and Norway, it's pretty obvious to me that those three areas alone could actually decline by between 800,000 and 1 million barrels a day in 2007.

      That pretty well wipes out almost all the production gains coming onstream and in implicit in that it assumes that everyone else is flat.

      So I think basically too many of our oil fields are too old. Too many now are in decline. The Middle East is basically out of capacity. they're some projects that are being worked upon, but most don't hit the market until 2008, 2009 and we're running out of time.

      ... I am firmly of the belief that over the course of the next year or two, this issue of peak oil will replace global warming as an issue that we're all worrying, debating and talking about.

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