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Re: [political-research] Re: Bloglines - Norway about to peak

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  • Sean McBride
    According to peak oil advocates, new oil fields are increasingly difficult and more expensive to exploit. I ll wager that Norway s leading oil experts would
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 31, 2004
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      According to peak oil advocates, new oil fields are increasingly difficult and more expensive to exploit.  I'll wager that Norway's leading oil experts would support this claim, based on the known facts, without any prodding from a mysterious NWO conspiracy.
       
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      From: erici44
      Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 1:56 AM
      Subject: [political-research] Re: Bloglines - Norway about to peak



      --- In political-research@yahoogroups.com, smcbride2@y... wrote:
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      That current fields are depleting is obvious, the question has always
      been whether new fields can be found or new technology extend the
      life of current fields. I personally worked on the construction of 
      the biggest oil terminal in Europe  at Sullom Voe in Shetland in
      1978/9 - a LONG time ago.

      Until the 'unfortunate' events in Iraq, oil prices were incredibly
      low by historic standards.









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